Published date: Monday June 29, 2020 8:26 AM
Roy Keane thinks Man Utd needs to further strengthen his defense this summer and doubts he will be fighting for a Premier League title in the next two years.
The Red Devils are currently on an undefeated streak of 14 games in all competitions with their performances a big improvement over what fans saw earlier in the season.
The arrival of Bruno Fernandes in January and the potential for a midfielder partnership with Paul Pogba was many fans dream of titles again in the not too distant future.
However, Keane brought expectations down to earth, Man Utd “still missing something.”
“They are still a few players,” Keane told Irish independent.
“They obviously got stronger but the table does not lie. Look at their total points. I know people say they got a decent result or two – against Man City and Liverpool – but that’s it. They were not sufficiently coherent.
“They will certainly push for fourth place, but trying to get fourth and win the league is a big step forward. They need one or two players. I think United is short in the back.
“So no, I don’t see United competing in the next year or two for the league. I think there will be improvements and they will close the gap, but there is a bit of work to do for Ole and the players. They are missing something. “