Roy Keane feels Premier League giants Manchester United need to sign two or three more players to have a team capable of challenging favourably for the UEFA Champions League.
Poor outing in Spain
United produced a below-par performance in a 0-0 draw with La Liga side Sevilla in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 fixture in Spain.
The Red Devils were the second best team throughout most of the clash as the Spanish club registered 25 shots on target in the first leg.
De Gea the saviour
Spain international goalkeeper David De Gea saved eight times to keep out Sevilla and help Jose Mourinho’s side return home with a scoreless stalemate.
United signed Chilean international Alexis Sanchez in a direct swap deal with the Gunners in the winter transfer window but the forward was quiet against Sevilla.
Former Manchester United skipper Keane feels the Red Devils require two or three more signings to have a team capable of going far in the competition.
Manchester United ended in sixth position on the English Premier League log last season but qualified for the UEFA Champions League thanks to a 2-0 victory over Dutch outfit Ajax in the UEFA Europa League final.
United will take on the Blues in the English Premier League at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.