Roy Keane slams £50m Aaron Wan-Bissaka as 'not good enough for Man Utd' and reckons Palace wouldn't even want him back
30th October 2021

ROY KEANE has slammed Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka – insisting he's not good enough for the Red Devils or his old side of Crystal Palace.

Wan-Bissaka joined United from the Eagles in June 2019 for a whopping fee of £50million, although he's yet to showcase the form that promoted the club to break the bank for his services.



And United legend Keane believes the 23-year-old has shown no sign of being fit to wear the shirt.

During an appearance on Sky Sports, the Irishman said: "Wan-Bissaka, I don’t even think Palace would take him back!

"He’s not good enough for Manchester United. No feel for the ball, decision making.

"But what Manchester United have always had over the years is players with character, with personalities – I don’t see it with this group.'"

Wan-Bissaka shone in a more advanced role in United's 3-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday night.

And United fans were quick to reference Keane's pre-match criticism after his stellar performance.

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One said: "It will be interesting what Roy Keane says about Wan-Bissaka today.

"Will palace take him back now??"

Another said: "WAN-BISSAKA TOOK THAT ROY KEANE STATEMENT VERY SERIOUSLY!!"

And another said: "Wan-Bissaka definitely heard Roy Keane's comments about him."

One remarked: "Wan-Bissaka legit listened to Roy Keane before the start of the game."

Another remarked: "Wan-Bissaka shutting up Roy Keane within 9 mins."

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was delighted with the team's performance, saying: “The boys have been really good, they've worked really hard.

"It has to be banter in football, that's how it should be.

"Ever since Tuesday morning when we came in, we had a plan with the coaches.

"We sat down with the players, made sure that we're all buying into this plan.

"It's a little bit of a different approach when you're away from home, we've had a difficult week and they've stuck at it and worked really, really hard to get this result.”

Wan-Bissaka and his United team-mates will be back in action on Tuesday, travelling to Italy to take on Atalanta in their fourth Champions League Group F game.

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