Roy Keane could make a surprise return to Old Trafford after the arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe.
The British billionaire bought a minority stake in his childhood club and is set to make some big changes once the deal is finalised.
Ratcliffe will reportedly handle the sporting side of the club with chief executive, Richard Arnold, already announcing that he will be vacating his position at the end of the year.
Another change which has been rumoured to happen is the return of Manchester United legend, Keane, to the club.
That is according to his old teammate, Steve Bruce, who claims it wouldn’t be a surprise if he was to take up a role at the club.
“We all know how highly he’s thought of at the club as he was there for 13 years and served as a huge captain for them. Who knows? I’m sure he’d be open to any discussion.” He told the Irish Examiner.
🔄 Steve Bruce backs Roy Keane’s possible return to Man Utd amid Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s overhaul. 🔴⚽
Ratcliffe eyes a 25% stake, valued at £1.3 billion, with a full takeover possibility. Amid restructuring, Keane might receive a nostalgic return offer.🌐🤔 pic.twitter.com/TwMx6fdS5J
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