Everton are ready to let Michael Keane depart from Goodison in the summer after just one season at the L4 outfit, according to the Mirror.

The 25-year-old centre half arrived at the Blues last summer from Burnley for a fee that could rise to the £30 million mark.

But the former Manchester United youth player has struggled with niggling injuries, indifferent form and Sam Allardyce’s tendency to rotate his defensive back line.

Former club Burnley are said to be interested in bringing Keane back to Turf Moor, but aren’t keen on splashing anywhere near the sum of money they received for the England international.