'I began hanging out with Roy Keane and Man Utd duo after trouble with Ryan Giggs'

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 3:  Paul Ince, Mark Hughes, Ryan Giggs and Lee Sharpe celebrate with the Premiership Trophy in the dressing room after the FA Carling Premiership Match between Manchester United v Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford, Manchester on May 3, 1993. Manchester United were  the FA Carling Premiership winners in the 1992-93 season.  (Photo by John Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)
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Lee Sharpe has shared that spending time with Ryan Giggs led to a bit too much mischief, resulting in him spending more time with Roy Keane.

The former Manchester United star began his journey at Old Trafford as a 16-year-old from Torquay United in 1988 and saw much success during his six years there. The forward proudly bears the titles of three Premier League victories among other notable successes, reports the Mirror.

The former England player was an indispensable part of Sir Alex Ferguson's legendary squad, which featured the meteoric rise of the so-called Class of '92 - David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, and Giggs.

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In an exclusive conversation with Mirror Sport, via William Hill, Sharpe revealed how his friendship with Giggs resulted in him seeking the company of more experienced team-mates. "I spent a lot of time with Giggsy when we were younger," shared Sharpe.

"He got me into a bit too much trouble, so then I spent a lot of time with Gary Pallister and Roy Keane for a while. Also Dion Dublin I spent time with when he was at Manchester United. We were all single lads so [we] spent time together during that time."

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 8:  Ryan Giggs, Lee Sharpe, Mark Hughes and Clayton Blackmore of Manchester United celebrate in the dressing room with the Premiership Trophy after becoming FA Carling Premiership Winners in the 1993-94 season at Old Trafford on May 8, 1994. Manchester United 0 Coventry City 0  (Photo by John Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)
Sharpe and Giggs won three Premier League titles in their time in Manchester together -Credit:Photo by John Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images

Sharpe also gave his opinion on Marcus Rashford's form, suggesting that disquiet caused by Paris Saint-Germain's reported interest means the England international should consider leaving his boyhood club.

"He is such a talented player, he needs to be on his game and we've seen what a great player he can be," he added. "But something isn't right now and if his head has been turned, then it's best for him to leave, but if he can rediscover the previous form then he can get back to his best."