​Manchester United legend Roy Keane silenced Sky Sports' by passing a comment during an argument between his former teammate Gary Neville and Liverpool legend Graeme Souness.


After ​United's draw with ​Liverpool, Neville was engaged in a heated debate with Souness over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's decision to offload Romelu Lukaku in the summer.


Souness had stated, "[Mason] Greenwood at 17? That's how desperate Man United are. Go and get goal scorers who will win you games."


Neville intervened, "He had a goalscorer in Lukaku - he's a proven goalscorer at the highest level - he didn't want him."


Souness reverted, "So that's been a smart decision to start the season without a replacement for him, wasn't it? Gary, it's Man United!"


Neville then countered, "That's fine, but you're saying just get anyone in." to which Souness hit back, "I'm saying a goalscorer, I'm not just saying anybody."



After calmly listening to the whole debate between the two respective club legends, the ever intriguing Roy Keane decided to pipe up at this point with a simple solution to the problem as he calmly stated, "Go and get [Harry] Kane."


These four words silenced the whole studio as everyone looked at him as he continued, "Just go and get Kane from Spurs, easy. He'll score 20 goals a season with his eyes shut. They're in disarray, so go and get him."


Looking at the silence and shock in the studio, Keane then hilariously commented, "What are you all staring at?", which sparked laughter from the room, before Souness concluded: "Yes, get the best, that's what they always have done."