Former Man United captain Roy Keane has backed them by stressing that United have what it takes to beat Barcelona at Wembley
Wembley will be the place. But overall, it will be a repeat of the 2009 Champions League final at Rome as Barcelona get ready to take on Manchester United later this month. However, Cristiano Ronaldo is not amongst the ranks at United and Roy Keane believes that the score line will be different this time around.
Barcelona have been magnificent this season but Keane pointed out that United's collective performance as a team has been great this season and that could be vital in the match against the mighty Catalans.
“At Wembley, the United fans will take over the stadium. In a one-off game, with fans behind them, of course they can do it. They will have to do really well to beat this Barcelona team and my concern would be not picking up injuries.
“The Barcelona starting XI is brilliant, outstanding, but their squad is probably not as strong as United’s. If they come through the end of their season fit, and they might get to rest players if they wrap up the Spanish league, they can rest United and would do well to get a result."