Man Utd legend Keane assured of Ipswich job by Evans

Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane has been assured his job is safe.

Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane has been assured his job is safe.

Manchester United legend Keane had clear-the-air talks with owner Marcus Evans after reacting angrily to speculation that he was about to be sacked.

Multi-millionaire Evans flew by helicopter to the Tractor Boys' training ground on Wednesday for a hush-hush meeting to reassure Keane about his immediate future, says the Daily Mail.

Former Ipswich captain and coach Tony Mowbray, sacked by Celtic in March, has been linked with a return to Portman Road.

But Evans has no plans to axe Keane, who was appointed in April last year with a two-year brief to restore the club to the Premiership.

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