Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign might come to an end if he fails to finish in the top four, says Roy Keane

United legend Keano has opined that the journey of Ole as United manager might come to an end if he fails to finish in the top four or lift a trophy this season.

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Roy Keane and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer

Roy Keane who has won 13 trophies with Manchester United has opined that United will have a very tough season ahead. Keane, the most aggressive captain United ever had also has seven titles as captain of the side. Roy Keane recently opined about the management career of his then teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

In his recent interview to Sky Sports Keane said that the honeymoon period for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is over as he steps into his second season after taking over as the full time manager of Manchester United in the year 2019.

Manchester United must narrow down the point gap says Keano

The former captain of United believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should finish in the top four this season or win a trophy to stay at Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finished third in his first season last year but was 33 points behind the Champions Liverpool.

Ole should narrow down the point gap

Keane opined that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should narrow down the point difference between his side and the top 2 this season. Speaking on sky sports Keane said, “They will certainly have to get a bit closer to Liverpool and Manchester City. The points total cannot be the same as it has been over the past three or four years.”

A tough season ahead for Manchester United

Roy Keane further opined that Ole must pack his things and leave if he could not finish in the top 4 or lift a trophy this season. Speaking on the same Keano said, “Ole will probably have to get his hands on a trophy. I think the honeymoon period is certainly over for Ole, and the pressure starts to mount now, particularly with the performances like that over the last week or so.”

The former United captain went on to say that Ole and his team will have tough days ahead if they fail to make any new signings. Keano further said, “Yeah, I think so. If you’re the manager of Man United, and they can invest in the next week and buy one or two… if they don’t invest in the next week, then it’s tough days ahead.”

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