ROY KEANE looked like he was on the warpath as he was spotted taking a walk in Cheshire earlier.
The Manchester United icon, 50, earned legendary status during his playing days for the Red Devils and Republic of Ireland.
Roy Keane looked as happy as ever as he enjoyed a stroll in Cheshire earlierCredit: Splash
Keano also proudly wore his ever-growing bushy beardCredit: Splash
Now he is better known for his no nonsense and tough-talking work as a TV pundit for Sky Sports and other broadcasters.
His angry rants have become notorious, particularly about old club United, and he looked just as stony-faced earlier while on a stroll.
And that is despite not watching them suffer a defeat for weeks!
Keane, who is usually accompanied on his walk by his pet dog, was dressed in blue jeans and a grey Adidas hoodie as he hit the streets.
And he’s let his beard continue to grow throughout the summer months, with the bushy number now predominantly white.
Maybe it was the news that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave United that had him down in the dumps.
And it was something that Keane issued a warning about back in May in one of his last TV outings.
He told Sky Sports: “It was a short-term fix, for the fans, for the share price. But he has still scored the goals.
“Manchester United have bigger problems than Cristiano Ronaldo.
“I just think with the goals that he has got, his performances, warrants staying at the club. But Manchester United have to get players around him, they have to get other strikers in, there has to be competition for places.
“If the leading goalscorer, the man you are depending on, is 37 years of age then that is certainly not good but I would certainly be holding on to Ronaldo.
“There might be a conversation that needs to be had about the way you are going to play or that you are not going to be playing week in and week out.
“But why would you get rid of a player who scores that many goals? I don’t see the logic in it.”
The Irishman is now notorious for his angry TV rantsCredit: Splash
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