Roy Keane reignites David de Gea feud and says Man Utd have to move him out
Roy Keane has once again urged Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag to get rid of David de Gea, despite the Spanish goalkeeper's heroics on the final day of the Premier League season.
De Gea, 32, saved a penalty from Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in the first half United's 2-1 victory on Sunday, turning the tide in the match. After completing the comeback win, the Red Devils' No.1 was awarded with the Premier League golden glove for the most clean sheets collected this term (17).
But Keane, who's called for his former team to replace De Gea on multiple occasions, remains steadfast in his verdict that the 32-year-old isn't at the level required to challenge for elite honours. Speaking while images of him being awarded the golden glove by United manager Ten Hag were being played, Keane began on Sky Sports: "De Gea, they're patting him on the back there.