Roy Keane is being linked with a sensational return to Manchester United. The Daily Mail says Louis van Gaal is interested in appointing Keane as his assistant manager if he is given the job of replacing David Moyes as Manchester United manager.
The Dutchman is among the favourites to take charge at Old Trafford this summer, with owners the Glazer family keen to get the club back on track after Moyes' disastrous 10 months at the helm.
Club chiefs are interested in retaining at least one former player to help manage the first team next season, opening up the possibility of Keane returning after more than eight years away.
Keane is currently assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland's senior team, working under boss Martin O'Neill.
"I don't know anything about it, I really don't," said O'Neill on a flying visit to Dublin on Wednesday to open a football pitch in Rathfarnham.
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