Tuesday 21 June 2016

Burnley Reject Leicester Bid For Michael Keane

Burnley have rejected a £10m bid from Leicester City for defender Michael Keane. Keane played a key role at centre-back for Burnley as they won the Championship title last season. Leicester are keen to add the 23years old to bolster their defence as they bid to retain their Premier League title and embark on their first Champions League campaign. The England Under-21 began his career at Manchester United where he went on loan to Leicester for the 2012/13 season, featuring 27 times for the Foxes, who were at the time still in the Championship.

Keane helped the England Under-19 reach the semi-finals of the 2012 UEFA European Under-19 Championship and made Gareth Southgate's Under-21s squad for the Euro finals in the Czech Republic last year

He joined Burnley on loan from United in September 2014 before making a permanent switch on deadline day in the January 2015 transfer window in a deal running until summer 2018. He played all but one league fixtures last season in Burnley's title-winning campaign, during which they remained unbeaten in 23 games.

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