Outspoken and controversial Manchester United legend, Roy Keane, is not against the idea of letting go of Edinson Cavani.
The Uruguayan striker joined on loan before the start of the season, before delivering 12 goals and five assists in 33 games, which has apparently done enough to win over many Red Devils followers.
But Keane has a different view….
"I kind of hope that they don't keep him, because then they might look and think, 'We don't need to go and get another'," the former United captain told Sky Sports.
"He's 34, if you're hanging your hat on Cavani next year to get United back to winning league titles, forget about it.
"He'll be a back-up striker and he won't want to be a back-up striker, so that's why he'll be reluctant to sign a new contract, and there's obviously family reasons behind it,” concluded the multiple Premier League champion and captain under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Meanwhile, United will travel to Italy to take on AS Roma in a Europa League semi-final second leg, with the Red Devils sitting comfortable with a 6-2 lead from the first leg in England last week.