Burnley are said to be considering making a summer move to re-sign Michael Keane from Everton.
Keane only arrived at Goodison Park last summer when then Toffees boss Ronald Koeman splashed out £30million to sign him from Burnley, in what looked to be a good deal for one of England’s top defenders.
However, despite being a revelation for the Clarets and forcing his way into the England squad, Keane has struggled to reproduce that form with Everton, leading to reports Sam Allardyce could look to cash in.
Keane still has plenty of time on his side and his career at Everton may not be over just yet. However, reports are suggesting a number of Premier League rivals are keen to do a deal.
Burnley would apparently jump at the chance to take him back but would not be in a position to offer the £30m they paid for him, while there is also interest from Arsenal, who need to add defensive reinforcements in the summer, as well as Leicester City.