Roy Keane believes Manchester United’s goalkeeping situation is a ‘huge problem’ going into the new season, writes SHANE O’MAHONY.
The Red Devils begin their Premier League campaign on Saturday afternoon when they host Leeds United.
David De Gea and Dean Henderson will battle for the number one jersey, with Tom Heaton also joining this summer.
But former United captain Keane believes its a problem position for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He told Sky Sports: “United have a huge problem with their goalkeeper.
“We can talk about Manchester City here and Liverpool there, we never talk about their goalkeepers because it’s taken care of.
“But United, I get drawn back to that all the time. We talk about midfielders and full-backs, but the goalkeeper – not up to it.
“But people say De Gea was good six or seven years ago, I was good 20 years ago! You can’t keep looking back.
“At the moment these ‘keepers aren’t good enough.
“Henderson, OK, might get more of a chance. But it’s alright playing for Sheffield United, playing for Man United is a different animal.”