Roy Keane believes he has the players to help solve Manchester United’s woes next season.
On Monday night the former United captain was scathing in his assessment of stand in right back Antonio Valencia, after the role he played in both goals in United’s 2-1 loss to Arsenal.
With the Ecuadorian winger preferred to of out of favour Rafael but doing a shocking job in deputising, it is likely that the right back slot will be up for grabs this summer and Keane knows the perfect person for the job.
He also recommended United attempt to bring in an old boy to help add some steel to their midfield.
Speaking last night at a fundraiser for Waterford United, Keane said:
“I think United need a centre half and midfielder and Seamus Coleman for right back.
“And I think that United should sign Paul Pogba for they need a presence and physical player in midfield.
“Pogba knows the league, is big and strong and is playing brilliantly for Juventus.
“People say United can’t get Pogba but they should try.”
There was still time for one last dig at a former rival, taking aim at Liverpool’s departing captain Steven Gerrard.
Asked if United should have made a move for the LA Galaxy bound midfielder, Keane remarked:
“No, we want to try win something!”