Report suggests Leicester will make one final offer for Burnley's Keane

Football club Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri attends a meeting with media in Bangkok

Leicester City will be hoping to make quality additions to their squad ahead of their title defence.

Michael Keane of Burnley applauds fans at the end of the gameBurnley's Michael Keane

The Daily Mirror understand that Leicester City are ready to make a final take it or leave it offer of £15 million to Burnley to secure the services of Michael Keane.

The Mirror report that the Clarets have already rejected two bids of £10 and £12 million from the Foxes for the 23-year-old defender, with Sean Dyche determined to keep hold of his man.

Keane moved to Burnley on loan in 2014 before completing a permanent switch in January 2015 and instantly became a pivotal member of Dyche's side.

He played 44 games in the Lancashire outfit's Championship campaign last term, and helped his side towards the second best defensive record in the league.

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri, Wes Morgan, Danny Simpson, Kasper Schmeichel, Riyad Mahrez, Andy King, Christian Fuchs, Danny Drinkwater, Leonardo Ulloa, Robert Huth and Jamie Vardy with the trophy on the bus during the paradeClaudio Ranieri will want to strengthen his squad as the prepare to defend their Premier League crown

Claudio Ranieri will have to bolster his defensive options if he expects his side to sustain a respectable Premier League title defence.

Robert Huth and Wes Morgan are already on the wrong side of 30 and back up centre-half Marcin Wasilewski has proven that he is not of the standard required at the top level.

Burnley's Michael Keane in action with Tottenham's Paulinho (L) Keane would be a useful addition to the Foxes setup

Keane would be a fantastic addition to the champions' squad, but would also represent a good deal for Burnley, and the Turf Moor outfit would surely find it hard to resist an offer the size of the one mooted.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche celebrates with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Football LeagueBurnley manager Sean Dyche will not want to lose Keane

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