Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has blasted Arsenal as being too “soft” and “weak” ahead of their match against Manchester United on Sunday evening.
The Gunners suffered an embarrassing 3-2 loss at home to Greek side Olympiacos in the UEFA Champions League in front of home fans after previously losing away to Dinamo Zagreb.
Keane, who spent 12 years with United has questioned the manner of Arsene Wenger’s men defending and believes that his the Red Devils could pile more pressure on ‘spineless’ Arsenal at the weekend.
“They’re soft. They’re weak,” the former midfielder is quoted as saying by The Mirror.
“The goals they give away — you saw [on Tuesday] night, two set-pieces again. You’ve got no chance of winning any big game if you defend like that.
“There is a certain weakness to the group. They look like they lack characters, leaders and winners.”
Manchester United currently top the log, three points ahead of Arsenal going into the Super Sunday clash.