Will Keane will be allowed to leave United for as little as £1m this summer, according to ESPN.
The report suggests 5 clubs are interested in signing the 23-year-old this summer and will be allowed to discuss personal terms with him if they meet United’s £1m asking price.
Keane spent the first half of last season on loan at Preston North End, but only scored 2 goals in 22 appearances for the Championship side.
He was recalled from his loan spell in January, but suffered a groin injury in United’s FA Cup victory at Shrewsbury Town the following month, which ruled him out until the end of the season.
Keane’s persistent injury problems have stagnated his progress and at 23 years of age, his first-team breakthrough at United is unlikely to happen.
The striker needs to leave United this summer and concentrate on getting regular first-team football at his new club.
It seems like he isn’t in Jose Mourinho’s plans, which isn’t surprising considering his poor loan spell at Preston and never-ending injury problems.
If the report is to be believed, there are clubs ready to take a chance on Keane by paying United a fee for his services, so now would be the time for him to make the right career decision and join another club.