Manchester United have been told that their new goalkeeper, Andre Onana will cost them more points than David de Gea.
Manchester United decided to let their long-term goalkeeper David De Gea go this summer.
The Spaniard left Old Trafford on a free transfer when his contract expired at the end of June.
The Red Devils opted to replace him with Onana, who joined in a £47.2m deal from Inter.
He is now Erik ten Hag’s first-choice goalkeeper for their new Premier League campaign, and was in goal for their opening game, a narrow 1-0 win against Wolves at Old Trafford on Monday night.
Onana was involved in an incident during the closing stages of the game and escaped punishment following his challenge on Wolves’ Sasa Kalajdzic.
But Keys believes the Cameroon international is not an improvement on De Gea for United.
“I think the new [Manchester United]keeper will cost them as many points as De Gea used to save them,” Keys said on beIN Sports.
“Is what Andre Onana gives you, in clipping a ball to a centre forward’s chest, going to win you a football match? No!”