Michael Keane Set To Trigger A Three-Way Transfer Battle

Burnley's Michael Keane celebrates scoring their first goal.

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Everton, Liverpool, and Chelsea are all set to battle it out for Michael Keane this summer.

The Premier league has some of the best youngsters on display and Burnley’s Michael Keane is right up there in the league this season.

He didn’t get a chance to impress in his time at Old Trafford and was sold to the Clarets in 2014. Since then, he has worked his way to cementing a place in the first team under Sean Dyche and has been in terrific form this season.

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The England international made an impressive debut against Germany and is now on the cusp of bigger things and is wanted by the biggest clubs in England.

Ronald Koeman is a fan of the defender and has been looking at the 24-year old for quite some time now, while Everton’s Merseyside rivals Liverpool, have also stepped up their interest in the player in recent times.

Liverpool are looking for a defender who can partner Matip at the back and Klopp is convinced that Keane is the man who can help them in the long term.

But the Merseyside duo will face tough competition from league leaders Chelsea with Antonio Conte also interested in his signature.

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The Blues skipper John Terry is set to quit the club after his years of service at the Stamford Bridge and Conte is convinced that Keane could be his long-term replacement.

Burnley are aware of the amount of interest that he is creating in England and are not ready to let him go for anything less than £20m, which is still very low price for a home-grown player.

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