- Premier League top-four finish is in doubt for Manchester United
- United have picked just seven points from six of their EPL matches of the new season
- The disappointing results have left them rocked in 15th on the Premier League standings
Roy Keane has written-off Man United's chances of finishing among the top four teams this season following their 1-0 home loss to Arsenal on Sunday, November 1.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slotted from the spot in the 69th minute of the match to condemn United to a huge defeat at Old Trafford.
The loss was the Red Devils' third of the new campaign and left them sitting 15th on the league standings with just seven points from six matches.
The side has picked just two wins which came against Brighton and Newcastle, with one of the six fixtures against Chelsea ending in a stalemate at the Theatre of Dreams.
Keane, a former United player, now contends the Manchester-based club have every reason to panic - thanks to their disappointing start to the season.
He said told Sky Sports as cited by Metro UK.
"I never thought for one minute they’ll be challenging Liverpool and Man City but the way they’ve started this, the top four even seems out of reach.
"And at this early stage sometimes you say, ‘there’s no need to panic’, but the results and the performances suggest they should be panicking because it’s not been good enough."
Keane further noted the players are partly to blame for the poor run of results, suggesting they could earn Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the sack.
United will come up against high-flying Everton in their next league tie on Saturday, November 7, at Goodison Park.
They will be keen to use the fixture as a springboard in their pursuit to get their campaign back on track.
The reigning champions went top on the summit following their 2-1 hard-fought win over West Ham United on Saturday, October 31.
Mohamed Salah's penalty in the 42nd minute of the match and Diogo Jota's late strike handed Jürgen Klopp's a crucial win at home.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that former United captain Roy Keane is upset with the players in the squad and fears they would eventually be responsible for the manager’s sack.
It is the Red Devils' worst start since David Moyes' doomed spell in 2013.
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