Worried Roy Keane slams Man United players after Arsenal defeat

Paul Pogba-Manchester United

Manchester United slipped to a 1-0 defeat against Arsenal in the Premier League last night and former star Roy Keane is worried about their form this season.

The former Manchester United midfielder claimed that this team is nowhere near good enough and they could get Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sacked.

He added that the current players at Manchester United don’t have enthusiasm for a game of football and Ole will lose his job if he keeps working with these players. Keane believes that there is a distinct lack of energy, enthusiasm and quality at Manchester United right now.

The former Manchester United star went on to slam Marcus Rashford for his performance against Arsenal. He claimed that the Manchester United striker’s body language was shocking.

“I looked at Rashford closely today. His body language was shocking,” continued Keane. “Shrugging his shoulders when things didn’t go his way? You roll your sleeves up when you play for Manchester United.”

Keane also suggested that Solskjaer needed to take off Paul Pogba after a mediocre performance but the Manchester United manager was probably worried that he might upset his star players and he decided to stick with the system that was not working.

He said: “I thought Pogba needed to come off that left-hand side with Marcus Rashford going to the left and Edinson Cavani up top and Mason Greenwood to the right. It didn’t feel like he wanted to take Pogba off. Did they really need McTominay and Matic on the pitch towards the end?

“He might have to upset a few. He’s going to have to be selfish. He has to back certain players but ones that he doesn’t want, leave them out rather than trying to fit them all in.

“He’s rotating from game to game to try and keep everyone happy but he’s going to end up losing himself if he’s not careful.”