Man Utd news: Ally McCoist doubts Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are good enough to win the tournament
That is according to former Rangers and Scotland striker Ally McCoist.
PSG are favourites heading into the last-16 clash at Old Trafford despite being without Neymar and Edinson Cavani due to injury.
However, Manchester United are unbeaten in the 11 matches Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has managed since taking interim charge.
McCoist admits United have a much better chance of winning the tie than they did when the draw was made in December.
I still think at the very, very top, I’m not sure that they’re good enough to win the Champions League
However, he is not sure if they have what it takes to go deep in the competition.
“I thought if this fixture would have come up two months ago, [United would have] absolutely no chance whatsoever,” McCoist said on talkSPORT.
“But, big factors, no Cavani, no Neymar.
“But probably the biggest factor for me is just the momentum within Manchester United, the momentum on the park, just the belief.
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“Everybody is enjoying themselves, playing with smiles on their faces.
“And I think they have gone from having very little chance to having a chance.
“My only concern is, and listen it’s great to see Manchester United back winning games of football, but, and there’s always a but, I still think at the very, very top, I’m not sure that they’re good enough to win the Champions League.
“Listen, they might go and prove me wrong because I’ve already said that this year’s Champions League is pretty much wide open.
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“But I just think against the top, top level teams that Manchester United will struggle defensively."
United will welcome Ashley Young and Victor Lindelof back into their squad for the match.
The return leg against PSG will take place at the Parc des Princes on March 6.