Arsene Wenger, a Former Arsenal boss, has specifically ruled Liverpool out of the Premier League title race.
The former manager spoke after the Reds’ 3-1 defeat at Leicester City on Saturday.
He described the chances of Liverpool catching up with Manchester City as “impossible”.
Wenger won three titles himself while managing the Gunners and feels Liverpool cannot make up the gap after 24 games.
When asked whether he feels Jurgen Klopp’s side are still in the hunt, The Frenchman told beIN SPORTS : “No, I don’t think so.
“Man City is 10 points ahead, has one game in-hand, they look to be on a run and I don’t think with 14 games to go, you can catch 13 points against a top team.
“I never seen it, 13 points. If it was eight to nine, yes, but if Man City win their game in-hand, 13 points – it’s impossible.”