Roy Keane has rubbished Jamie Carragher's suggestion that Manchester United will not go after Jack Grealish this summer and said he would swap the Aston Villa star for Paul Pogba 'tomorrow', as well as saying he'd like to see Harry Kane join forces with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The pair were speaking on Sky Sports during coverage for the Red Devils' clash against Liverpool, which was ultimately postponed after United fans stormed Old Trafford to demand that the Glazers step down as owners of the club.
Grealish and Kane have long been linked to a move to the Europa League semi-finalists, with Keane saying that he would like to see both players at the Theatre of Dreams.
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The Irishman told Sky Sports that he'd swap the Aston Villa captain for Paul Pogba 'tomorrow'
Keane also thinks the Red Devils should go for league top scorer Harry Kane 'whatever it costs'
'The two players I've thought about over the past couple of weeks who I think would be brilliant for Manchester United, I'd go for Harry Kane - whatever it costs - and I'd also go for (Jack) Grealish,' the seven-time Premier League winner said.
'United are still short of that special player. I think Grealish would give them that. He'd enjoy playing at Old Trafford, I think the fans would love him.
'What I admire about Jack, I think he's got great courage on a football pitch, he's great in tight areas. Over the last year or two, his end product has improved. He's an excellent player.
'We know Kane would guarantee goals. Would it be difficult to get these two players? You bet your life it would be, but Manchester United have to go and try and get the best otherwise we'll be having the same conversation next year about United nearly being there.
'I think Jack would be ready for Manchester United. Villa are a big club and they're doing very well, but I think Jack, we talk about players being selfish, Harry Kane being selfish - well, Jack has to be selfish and look to step up to the next level.'
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