Micheal Keane, who has continued to live in Manchester and is a boyhood United fan, can expect to quadruple his £25,000-a-week wages if he returns to a club that he first joined at the age of 11.
The defender was first allowed to go to Burnley on loan before Louis van Gaal sanctioned a permanent move to Turf Moor.
Keane has however developed into one of the Premier League’s most highly-rated defenders since leaving United to join Burnley for £2m in January 2015.
And reports indicates Manchester United are set to re-sign Michael Keane from Burnley in a £25million deal this summer.
It’s understood that United have emerged as clear favourites to take the 24-year-old England centre-back back to Old Trafford.
United included a clause in the deal entitling them to 25 per cent of any sell-on fee, so they will have to pay less for Keane than any of their rivals.
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