Roy Keane vows to flee the country if England win Euro 2024 as ITV pundit reveals where he’ll emigrate to

ROY KEANE has joked he will leave England and move to AUSTRALIA if Gareth Southgate’s side win the Euros.

The Three Lions have made it through to the quarter-finals despite poor performances at the tournament so far.

Roy Keane has claimed he will leave the country if England win the Euros


Roy Keane has claimed he will leave the country if England win the EurosCredit: ITV
Keane hilariously did not celebrate Jude Bellingham's equaliser against Slovakia


Keane hilariously did not celebrate Jude Bellingham’s equaliser against SlovakiaCredit: ITV

They take on Switzerland on Saturday night knowing a win will set up a semi-final against either the Netherlands or Turkey.

And with England three matches away from a first major trophy in 58 years, Manchester United and Ireland icon Keane, 52, has made it clear his drastic intentions should they win the championships.

Speaking on “Stick to Football: The Overlap Special”, brought to you by Sky Bet, he said: “When we do the TV we have to praise Manchester City – if a team wins something you have to give them credit.

“I’d be immigrating obviously if they win it – probably Melbourne, Sydney!”


Keane, who brilliantly refused to celebrate England’s equaliser against Slovakia, also called on people to stop criticising England’s performances.

Following an unconvincing 1-0 victory over Serbia, Southgate’s men drew with Denmark and Slovenia.

They then trailed Slovakia until the 95th minute on Sunday, before Jude Bellingham’s overhead kick inspired a turnaround as Harry Kane bagged an extra-time winner.

And Keane feels England fans need to concentrate on the most important thing which is that they are still in the tournament.

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Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane bailed England out against SlovakiaCredit: AP

He added: “People should stop complaining about the performances from England because they are still in the tournament and that’s the most important thing.

“Imagine if you were playing well and got knocked out the tournament, then the reaction would be worse.

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“England have brilliant attacking players who have got the team out of jail and that’s what I thought would happen before the tournament.

“It’s been a while since the last time you thought England were playing well on a consistent basis, but that struggle is fine when you’ve got match-winning players in your side.

“If England get to the semi-final or final playing ugly, no one will complain about it.”

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