My aim is to hopefully come back to Manchester United: Will Keane
Two years since a loan move away from Manchester United but still 21 year old Will Keane never let go off his dream, playing first team football wearing the famous red shirt. The England Under-21 international made his senior team debut for the Red Devils under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2011 but fell short of ‘class’ to impress the legendary icon and since have been loan transferred to Wigan Athletic for the better improvement of his performance.
Though Keane has not been able to perform much well in the previous two seasons with Wigan Athletic and Queens Park rangers, the lad has given some impressive performances this season with Sheffield Wednesday and is out to convince current Red devils manager Louis Van Gaal of his capabilities by netting three goals in 10 appearances.
“It's been good experience for me as, up to now, I've been playing in every game which has been pleasing. It's the reason I came here to get games under my belt. I think maybe this is a bit more like reality here because you get caught in a little bubble at United.” he said.
“Only a certain number of clubs have those facilities and you can take it for granted a bit at times. It's a different experience and something I've taken to. I've got to enjoy the challenge.” he added.
My aim is to hopefully come back to United: Keane
Will Keane’s twin brother Mike was also a former academy player of Manchester United, but now have signed on a permanent basis for Burnley, while ‘Will’ have set his eyes on a Manchester United return. Here what ‘Will’ said to a local news Channel,
“My aim is to hopefully come back to United and be involved in the set-up there. That's what I set out to do. At the moment, I'm here until the end of the season and want to give everything here.” he said.
“Hopefully, I can keep playing well and scoring goals and then reassess the situation at the end of the season. My aim is to get in the Premier League, hopefully with United, and I'll have to see how the squad is at the end of the season, speak to the manager and take it from there.” said optimistic Keane.
“By playing well here (for Sheffield Wednesday), it will help me get recognized. I keep in touch and speak to Warren (Joyce) quite regularly. He's very keen to keep an eye on the games, which is good, and I speak to him after them. He gives me tips on what I can do better and these general chats help me. It's good to know they (the United coaches) are watching.” he concluded.