Appearing on the latest episode of the Stick To Football podcast, the former United captain was asked to decide whether to keep or ditch a current squad member, or state that they were on their last straw. Gary Neville read out each United first-team member with fellow panellists Jamie Carragher and Ian Wright also asked to give their verdict.
When it came to Rashford, Keane said he was on the fence. The attacker – last seasons top scorer with 30 goals – was dropped for Wednesdays win over Chelsea amid a poor run of form that has seen him score just twice in his 19 club appearances so far.
Im not sure about Marcus [Rashford], Keane said. The whole package personality, his mood swings. Hes a talented player, but if youre not going to work hard, and hes having these dips every now and again, theres all this talk about his confidence, off the field stuff. Just turn up every week and do the business.
Keane added: Marcus is 26. Whens the penny going to drop for him?
Going through the list of players, Keane decided that 10 members of the squad were not up to standard and should be offloaded going forwards.