Keane is not concerned that Moyes has made just one signing.
Former Manchester United captain and club legend Roy Keane has voiced his opinion on the Red Devils’ lack of dealings in the transfer market under new manager David Moyes.
Many believe that United need to strengthen in the middle of the pitch and it’s well known the club have continuously tried to sign Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas.
Yet Keane thinks there’s no need for panic at Old Trafford and that the fans should be patient with three weeks left in the transfer window.
“It’s very limited when you’re after certain players at Barcelona or wherever, it’s hard to get them out of there,” the former Sunderland and Ipswich Town manager told ITV.
“There’s still three weeks to go [in the transfer window]. People shouldn’t be panicking, of course you’d always like to get your business done early, but football isn’t as easy as that.
“I’d expect a couple of new players to come into United, and at least one of them will be a central midfielder.
“I think people have got to trust David Moyes, he’s an experienced manager, and fingers crossed he’ll get the job done.”
As yet Moyes has only bought in South American youngster Guillermo Varela – who is unlikely to break into the first team this season and will be sent out on-loan.
Both Barca and Fabregas have ruled out a switch to Old Trafford for the midfielder and as a result the Scot will have to look elsewhere to try and find a way to plug the gap left by the retired Paul Scholes.
The window is open until September 2 this year and as a result the 50-year-old will have another three weeks to spend the large budget United have at their disposal.