Roy Keane has said that his former club need to sign ‘five or six players’ in the summer, and that they have ‘cut corners’ in recent years, according to the Mail Online.
United currently sit fifteen points behind league leaders Chelsea with just thirteen games left to play, with their latest setback coming at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon, where bottom-of-the-table Fulham salvaged a point with a stoppage time equaliser.
Former captain Keane, who won seven league titles during his twelve years with the club, fully expects a massive overhaul of the playing staff at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, the Metro have reported that Javier Hernandez is becoming increasingly frustrated with his limited opportunities under David Moyes, according to his national team’s manager.
The Mexican made his sixteenth league appearance of the season at the weekend, but like eleven more of those, it came as a substitute.
Mexico boss Miguel Herrera has revealed that he is doing all he can to gain a regular starting berth, but with Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck ahead of him in the pecking order, speculation surrounding his future is set to continue.
The 25 year old has averaged over seventeen goals in each of his previous three seasons with the club.