Watch Arsenal legend Ian Wright punch Roy Keane poster during tour of Man Utd stadium tour

IAN WRIGHT and Roy Keane are loved by fans for their on-screen antics together as pundits, combined with their insightful knowledge of the game.

And Arsenal legend Wright had a hilarious message for Keane during a recent tour of Old Trafford that shows their relationship goes further than just for TV.

While walking around the bowels of Manchester United's home, Wright posted a video to Instagram of him walking past various sections commemorating some of the club's greatest ever players.

As he walked past posters of the likes of Bobby Charlton and Tommy Taylor, Wright spotted one of former skipper Keane.

The ex-Gunners man pointed to one of Keane's old shirts on display, before pointing at the poster of the man himself and turning to the camera with a cheeky look on his face.

Then he jokingly gave the poster of Keane a punch to the mouth, before continuing on his way.

It might have been due to the fact that while rivals on the pitch, Wright 'didn't like' Keane at all.

Or getting his own back for when Keane told Wright he 'wasn't Manchester United material' after the latter arrived two minutes late to a lunch.

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But now a brilliant duo as pundits on ITV, that rivalry has been replaced by friendship, proven by Wright's cheeky dig at Keane's poster.

While spending time in the Manchester United dressing room, Wright also posted pictures of himself in front of Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek's shirts.

Lingard reposted Wright's snap and wrote 'brothers for life', while Van de Beek did the same and reacted with love hearts to Wright's post.

Incidentally, both men have been strongly linked with a move away from the club.

The pair are two of SEVENTEEN players who could walk out the door at Old Trafford in the summer as part of an entire squad rebuild.

Lingard has reportedly been in talks with Tottenham regarding a potential transfer upon the expiry of his contract.

Meanwhile Van de Beek is claimed to have rejected a loan approach from Newcastle.

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