Keane facing Tottenham exit after party
Friday 18 December 2009
Robbie Keane could be off-loaded in the January transfer window after his involvement in organising a secret Christmas party.
The Evening Standard reports that the Irish striker arranged the jaunt in Dublin despite manager Harry Redknapp making it clear that a party was not allowed.
The team get together, which involved visiting two bars and a nightclub, was held three days before Tottenham's defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend.
It's now thought that Keane could be punished for his involvement by being transfer listed by Redknapp.
The 29-year-old has been in indifferent form this season and has fallen behind Peter Crouch and Jermain Defoe in the pecking order at White Hart Lane.
He had already been linked with a switch to Celtic and by angering his manager a move only looks more likely.
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