​Burnley defender Michael Keane will leave Turf Moor this summer, according to reports, with the young England international having shone for Sean Dyche's side this season. 


As reported by ​Sky Sports News, Michael Keane has now informed the Burnley of his intention to move on to pastures new this summer. 

​​Michael Keane is reportedly now a major target for Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho. Keane left Old Trafford in 2015 for an undisclosed fee to Burnley, and the Portuguese boss now considers that to be a mistake and is plotting a move to bring the youngster back this summer. 


Jose Mourinho has previous when it comes to resigning former talent for his club. Mourinho resigned Nemanja Matic for Chelsea for £21m, and is aware that Keane will not come cheap. 

With a premium placed upon young British talent, partly due to the homegrown rule, Keane will reportedly cost upwards of £30m.


Manchester United will likely have competition for the 24-year-old's signature, with Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea and Tottenham all eager to secure the player. 


However, Manchester United will surely be in the driving seat should they make a bid given that Keane came through the ranks at Old Trafford, spending many years at the English giants.