- Roy Keane is very upset with Manchester United’s performance against Arsenal
- The Red Devils lost at home 1-0 to their arch Premier League rivals
- Keane blames the players saying they would cost Solskjaer his job
Manchester United suffered yet another embarrassing loss at home on Sunday afternoon, November 1, as the Red Devils were beaten by arch rivals Arsenal 1-0, no thanks to a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang strike.
It was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 100th game in charge at Manchester United and they performed poorly - meaning they have now lost three games at home this season.
It is their worst start since David Moyes' doomed spell in 2013 and former captain Roy Keane is upset with the players in the squad and fears they would eventually be responsible for the manager’s sack.
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He told Sky Sports:
“Ole will pay the ultimate price. Ole will lose his job working with this group of players as sure as night follows day.
“We all like Ole, he's a decent guy, but he will be under no illusion that the pressure now will be building the longer this goes on.
“I never thought United would get anywhere near Liverpool or Manchester City, forget that, but at this rate they are in no race. They are just drifting.
“We were kind of building this season up to be make or break for Ole. At this moment in time it's not looking good for him."
The furious Keane blasted France international Paul Pogba claiming that his performances for the Premier League giants have not been good in recent months.
Despite winning the World Cup with France two years ago in Russia, Pogba has continued to struggle at United.
Keane stated categorically that the Frenchman is not good enough to play for the Old Trafford outfit.
The former Juventus star has constantly been linked with a move to Spanish champions Real Madrid for the past two seasons, but the move has not materialised.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ryan Gravenberch is being chased by several clubs including Barcelona and Juventus and now reports say Manchester United have also enter the race for the youngster.
The 18-year-old has been dubbed the ‘new Paul Pogba’ following his style of play, but reports say Ajax are unwilling to let go.
Gravenberch who just signed a fresh three-year contract at the Dutch club is in high demand from several big European clubs.
United are looking to add another Ajax star to their ranks having earlier signed Donny van de Beek from the same club for £40million deal in the summer.
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Source: Legit Newspaper