Roy Keane sends message to Man United manager Jose Mourinho
Roy Keane warns Jose Mourinho that Manchester United's form in the Premier League this season is "not good enough"
Roy Keane has insisted that Manchester United’s lack of form in the Premier League this season has been “nothing short of embarrassing”.
Mourinho was appointed as Louis van Gaal’s successor at Old Trafford last summer and was tasked with steering the Red Devils back into the top four after they finished fifth last season.
However, Manchester United have struggled to find consistent form in the Premier League this season and are currently in sixth place heading into this weekend’s trip to Tottenham for the final game at White Hart Lane.
The Red Devils did win the EFL Cup back in February as Mourinho delivered a trophy for Manchester United supporters.
But former Manchester United captain Keane has been less than impressed by the Red Devils’ form in the Premier League this term.
Speaking on ITV Sport, Keane said: “For a club like Man United, winning the League Cup and Europa League, with the teams that are in it, you would expect them to do that.
“But to be so far behind in the league, it is nothing short of embarrassing.
“With the squad they have and the money they’ve spent, it’s not good enough.”
Manchester United were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal in their most recent Premier League outing last weekend at The Emirates.