dglobalnews.com Sean Dyche: Burnley in control of Michael Keane's future
Published: Fri, April 28, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Sean Dyche: Burnley in control of Michael Keane's future

Sean Dyche: Burnley in control of Michael Keane's future

The Red Devils skipper has looked decidedly off colour this season and when he has played he's struggled for goals, despite making himself the club's all-time top scorer in the process. The captain has not played in a while and may get a run in the team in the coming weeks.

However, if Burnley can remain resolute United could feel the fatigue created from Anderlecht taking them to extra-time on Thursday evening in a match that saw Marcos Rojo and top goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimović come off injured.

Speculation emerged earlier this week that the 24-year-old would look to move on when the transfer window reopens following an impressive season that has seen him earn a maiden England call-up and a PFA Young Player of the Year award nomination.

"On our day it was because of our goalkeeper, I thought he was outstanding".

That has raised the interest of a host of top Premier League clubs, including tomorrow's opponents Manchester United.

The 34-year-old appeared before an FA commission and Press Association Sport understands no decision was reached during that session on Friday so Barton is free to feature against Jose Mourinho's men at Turf Moor this weekend.

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United could narrow the gap to fourth placed Manchester City to just a single point on Sunday, but Mourinho admitted his side are in "trouble" considering the lack of players he has at his disposal.

"It's another good game at Turf Moor, we've made it a really tough place to go, and hopefully we can do that again", Heaton said of a place where Burnley have already won 10 Premier League games this season.

Only one Premier League team has been relegated after claiming 32 points at home in a season - Norwich in 1994/95, though this was a 42-game season. We're certainly not under any consideration of our players leaving at this moment in time.

The duo join Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Juan Mata in the treatment room but United do at least have Wayne Rooney available after he returned to bench in midweek.

It is also believed that the Red Devils would be willing to waive part of their 25% sell-on clause to conclude a deal with the Clarets for the England global.

'But he has the experience and character, so he has to'.

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