Burnley manager Sean Dyche has advised winger Dwight McNeil to pay no attention to transfer rumours linking him back to Manchester United ahead of the resumption of the transfer window next month.
The player made this known in his latest interview as monitored by Clarets media outlet Lancashire Live.
According to him, he has learned to shun the transfer links of a move back to Old Trafford as advised by his manager Sean Dyche.
Dwight McNeil is rated at around £35m at the moment and he started out his football career at Manchester United at the tender age of five.
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He was released by his beloved Manchester United at the age of 14 and that bug setback has shaped him to become the player he is now according to him.
The English winger joined Burnley after being released by Manchester United and went on to make his first-team debut for the Clarets last season.
He has been the best player at Burnley over the last two seasons and the young winger is said to be on the verge of a callup to the England national team setup.
The 20-year-old has contributed one goal and four assists in 17 league games this term.