Jose Mourinho’s first-team is already taking shape, with the new manager bringing in four key players to bolster the squad. Since completing all his incoming business, his attentions swiftly turned to parting with the names that simply don’t fit into his philosophy.
Yesterday, Sky Sports News confirmed that Manchester United have agreed a fee with Hull City, that’ll see William Keane leave the Theatre of Dreams on a permanent transfer.
Huge things were expected of the 23-year-old when he first made his breakthrough into the first team as a teenager, but sadly a series of injuries have seriously hampered his development.
He’s now at that age where regular football is an absolute must, and with Hull City’s wafer thin squad at the moment, this will be an excellent move for the young man.
Hopefully he can start hitting the back of the net for his new club right from the off, and make a real name for himself in the footballing world.