Burnley and England defender Michael Keane has revealed that he does not regret leaving his boyhood club Manchester United.
The Englishman found playing time hard to come by and had several loan moves before he moved on permanently.
Keane had spells at Leicester, Derby, Blackburn and Burnley before making the latter a permanent deal in 2015.
Since then, the defender has become the subject of interest from the big boys of the Premier League.
Chelsea, Manchester City and even his former club in United are looking at signing the player who has impressed at Turf Moor.
“I didn’t really want to go permanently at first,” he explained.
Even after going on loan, Keane revealed it was not enough to impress then United boss Louis Van Gaal and moved on permanently.
“I don’t regret anything because the move has definitely been the best thing for me.”
Letting Michael Keane leave for £1m with no buyback clause was ridiculous. One of many fuck ups by LVG https://t.co/C668LcTDpt
— Sibs (@SibsMUFC) February 17, 2017
Fortress Turf Moor
Burnley have impressed on several occasions this season, predominantly at home.
That was proved by their reluctance to be swept aside by an incredibly strong Chelsea side in their last fixture.
Sean Dyche’s side went 1-0 behind but were able to claw the game back and could even have won the game.
One thing is certain, no team looks forward to visiting Turf Moor this season.