Burnley’s Keane poised for £25m United move… two years after he left for £2m!

first_img Keane left United to join Burnley for just £2m in January 2015 1 Manchester United are poised to re-sign Burnley defender Michael Keane for £25million, two years after letting him leave for just £2m.Liverpool are also hoping to sign Keane was allowed to leave after being told he didn’t have a future at Old Trafford during Louis van Gaal’s tenure.But United will pay less than any other club though as they added a clause into the deal which entitled them to 25 per cent of any sell on fee, according to the Daily Mail.Keane’s salary will rocket from £25,000 to £75,000 and won’t have to move as he continued to live in Manchester following his move to Burnley. Michael Carrick is expected to be handed a new contract, but Chris Smalling and David de Gea are two established players who could leave this summer.The vast bulk of the squad was put together by previous managers and many have failed to make the grade, but those brought in by boss Jose Mourinho last summer have prospered.The Glazer family are prepared to make another huge investment in the playing squad to end the malaise which has engulfed the club following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.last_img read more