It is believed Keane would cost in the region of £20m, which in today's market isn't too bad a deal.
Reports in this morning's papers suggest that Keane is interested in returning to Manchester United, having left Old Trafford for Burnley in 2015 after a series of loan spells.
The post Michael Keane Set To Leave Burnley At The End Of The Season appeared first on 360Nobs.com.
The likes of Manchester City, Everton and Tottenham are also reportedly keen on Keane, and it is unclear what fee any club would have to pay - but the Lancashire club did reject an £11.5m offer from Leicester last summer.
The former Manchester United captain was notoriously hard to impress on the pitch and, now that he's ventured into the realm of punditry, he makes for an even tougher crowd.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman publicly admired the defender in January, although Keane is said not to be on Tottenham's radar as source confirms.
Who next for United?
It is peculiar to see Mourinho seek out Dier as a replacement for Carrick at this given time.
Hailing the Portuguese superstar as "a genius" as he gave his verdict on his latest hat-trick that fired Real Madrid to a Champions League quarter-final win against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night, Keane didn't hold back as he poured praise on the 32-year-old forward. With Mee and Keane firmly established as the strongest pairing at the club, Tarkowski's minutes have been limited but he impressed in Burnley's FA Cup matches and Dyche has been careful to keep him involved, even if many of his brief cameos as a substitute have come in midfield.
Burnley host United on Sunday April 23.
'At Southampton past year we finished with 63 points.
Stones had a long-term contract at Goodison Park and was a few years younger than Keane when he got his big move, but there is no comparing the two on performances this season.