Burnley have warned potential suitors of Michael Keane that the defender will not be sold on the cheap, according to the Mail Online.
The Claret’s chairman Mike Garlick would even be willing to let the defender leave on a free transfer when his contract runs out next summer as he looks to help ensure the Clarets remain in the top flight even further after they survived relegation this season.
Manchester United – the club where Keane began his career – are among those interested in signing the England international who played in all but three of Burnley’s league games last season, scoring twice.
Prior to his switch to Turf Moor, the twenty-four year old had loan spells with Leicester City, Derby County and Blackburn Rovers.
He made his senior England debut in the friendly defeat to Germany back in March and also played as the Three Lions beat Lithuania in a World Cup qualifier four days later.
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