Roy Keane's hilarious reaction to Ian Wright Ronaldo comment

Roy Keane’s HILARIOUS reaction as Ian Wright claims Man United will be ‘better off WITHOUT Cristiano Ronaldo’ after the Portugal star was sacked following bombshell interview

  • Roy Keane has shared his opinion on Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Man United
  • He said the club had handled it poorly but that it is good that the forward has left
  • Ian Wright argued that United are better off following Ronaldo’s departure
  • Keane reacted hilariously to the comment, causing Wright to burst into laughter 

Roy Keane has made his feelings on Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Manchester United clear with a hilarious reaction towards Ian Wright.

Wright, speaking on ITV, claimed that United are better off without Ronaldo, to which Keane had no qualms about hiding his true feelings on the situation.

He could be seen pulling a surprised face and moving his head down, and Wright burst out in laughter at the former United midfielder’s response.    

Roy Keane (left) had a hilarious reaction to Ian Wright (right) claiming Manchester United are better off without Cristiano Ronaldo

Keane had a surprised look on his face before looking down, causing Wright to burst into laughter in response

‘I think it was on the cards for the last few months’, Keane said. ‘The interview was the tipping point but life goes on

‘United are a great club, Ronaldo is a great player. He should have probably left in the summer but the manager was never going to play him and you can’t have Ronaldo as a sub, it is just not right. It is sad, but these things happen.’

‘He has done well to turn their form around with everything that has gone on’, Wright added on Erik ten Hag. ‘Unfortunately, Ronaldo doesn’t quite fit in. I think it is good for the club, for him, for the fans, it is good for the whole club.’

Keane responded, criticising ten Hag. 

‘I don’t think it has been great management’, he said. ‘People praise the manager but part of management is looking after the top. You have to treat them differently.

Keane has regularly backed Ronaldo during the forward’s struggles at former club United

‘A guy that scores goals for fun, I don’t want to talk about pressing… he was never going to play him. Ronaldo didn’t come back to the club to do that.

‘It’s better for everybody. I think it’s really, really straightforward. Is his reputation tarnished? Far from it.’

Wright interrupted: ‘I think they’re better without him’, before breaking out in laughter seconds later.

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