Are you both sitting comfortably?
Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United legend Roy Keane have been forced to endure a plane journey together following Chelsea’s draw with Paris Saint-Germain.
The two were incredibly on the same flight following the 1-1 draw at the Parc des Princes but neither seemed to acknowledge the other’s presence as they sat on opposite sides of the plane.
The Guardian reports this could possibly be their first public meeting since both published their respective autobiographies with contained a flurry of stories and criticisms about one another.
Ferguson for instance claimed “the hardest part of Roy’s body is his tongue” whilst Keane accused Ferguson of “basic lies” in his book and said the Scot had used his “friends in the media” the spread various untruths about him.
The report says how Ferguson’s wife Cathy noticed Keane when he boarded the plane and nudged her husband who took a look before seemingly hiding under his newspaper to avoid the Irishman.
The Guardian also claims that Paul Scholes was unluckily sat in the area between the two men having worked with Keane for ITV’s coverage of the Champions League clash in Paris.