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Roy Keane to Hearts? Manchester United Legend’s Odds Slashed

Roy Keane to Hearts? Manchester United Legend’s Odds Slashed

Could Roy Keane be on his way to Hearts as manager?

The Manchester United manager’s odds to take the job have been slashed with Sky Bet now pricing him at 4/1.

Only Stephen Robinson has shorted odds than him, but the Motherwell gaffer has already spoken today about being completely focused on the job at Fir Park.

David Moyes is also listed at 4/1 alongside Keane, who hasn’t managed in Scotland yet in his career.

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His last job was as Martin O’Neill’s assistant manager at Nottingham Forest, but that ended with O’Neill’s sacking earlier this year.

Per The Mirror, Keane said last month that he wants to return to management, but realises it’s a ‘long way back’ for him.

So maybe taking on the job at Hearts would be the perfect opportunity for him at this point in his career?

It would certainly be a high profile appointment from the Jambos and one which would already add to the big names managing in the Scottish game.

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