His performances have attracted the interest of several top English teams this season, and he is certainly going to leave Turf Moor when the transfer window ends.
Liverpool were front runners in securing his signature, but it appears they have a more serious competitor in Tottenham.
The North Londoners are in the market for players who can play anywhere on the field as they plan to have at least two quality players for each position in their team. This they hope would help them challenge better in the Champion’s League next season.
Manchester United, who sold Keane in 2015, are also interested in the defender, but they would have to pay at least £30 Million for the player they sold for ...