Roy Keane, who has always been a fierce critic of Manchester United, is happy that the team has moved from a deadlock with the arrival of Erik Ten Haag, but is still not convinced that all problems have been solved.
The Irishman believes that United are on the right track, but that there are still tough days ahead at The Hague until he gets things his way so that his philosophy can succeed.
“They are on a good run, they haven’t been beaten for a long time, but they still have a lot of games to play. Now City is coming to them, and before that they beat Arsenal and Liverpool, which is still a good signal.”
“But I am still somehow not convinced that the problems are not there, they are here. Obviously the team is better than last season, but let’s see what happens in the future. It’s good that the situation with Cristiano Ronaldo has been resolved, but I would repeat, Ten Haag would have more problematic matches in which he might have to experiment with certain decisions,” said Roy Keane.