Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has admitted that he would to see Everton star Seamus Coleman make the move to Old Trafford.
The Republic of Ireland right-back has long been linked with a move to United and Jose Mourinho is expected to strengthen his defensive unit in this summer’s transfer window.
Keane believes that a move for Coleman at this stage of his career would give the 28-year-old vital European experience that can only help his international career.
He said in the Daily Mail: “I’d love to see Seamus at Man United. It would suit him down to the ground.
“Obviously, he’s at a very good club in Everton. He isn’t getting any younger. From a selfish point of view, from an Irish point of view, you want players like Seamus playing in the Champions League and getting a taste of football at that level.
“Saying that, joining United might not mean Champions League at this moment in time.”