Roy Keane has claimed that Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be given at least two transfer windows to get the club back on track.
Having been handed a three-year contract, Solskjaer is currently overseeing a transitional period at Old Trafford, with three first-team additions made in the summer to coincide with four departures.
After a poor start to the new Premier League campaign, speculation persists that the Norwegian is under pressure to keep his job in the dugout.
However, despite predicting that United face a tough period going forward, Keane feels that the North-West giants must keep Solskjaer at the helm.
The club legend told Sky Sports News: "They've given him the job and the contract, so support him and let him get on with it. Give him a couple of transfer windows.
"Are there more tough days ahead? You can bet your life there is. But they have to persevere."
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