PAUL SCHOLES insists that Manchester United are very much in the hunt for a remarkable QUADRUPLE.
The legend was part of the iconic Sir Alex Ferguson side that completed the incredible treble back in 1999.
That year the Red Devils lifted the Premier League and FA Cup before beating Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
Scholes, 48, is a pundit these days and has been delighted at the progress made by his old club under Erik ten Hag this season.
United are currently third in the Premier League table, five points behind leaders Man City, and also have a Carabao Cup Final at Wembley against Newcastle next week.
That is followed by an FA Cup fifth round tie at home to West Ham but before them two they take on Barcelona at Old Trafford in the second leg of their Europa League play-off.
Scholes was in attendance at the Nou Camp last night to witness United secure a thrilling 2-2 draw with Barcelona while working for BT Sport.
Scholes said: “They are (alive in all competitions) the quadruple is still on.
“No look, every game is a big game.”
When presenter Jules Breach replied that he was not joking, Scholes declared: “No I’m not joking, no.”
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Ten Hag’s side are next in Premier League action at home to Leicester City on Sunday.
Speaking to BT Sport after the Barca game, the Dutchman said: “I think it was a Champions League game, even more than that, so I really enjoyed the game.
“We have to finish it in Old Trafford. If the game is like this, I can imagine everyone will want to see that game.”