|Keane wants first team football|
Robbie Keane moved on loan to Scottish Premier League side Celtic last January for the rest of the season where he scored twelve goals out of sixteen games.
Once Keane returned to White Hart Lane, the Irishman struggled to break back into the squad and will now look to move away in order to get first team football.
Keane is best known for his performances at Tottenham, where he gained repute as a consistent goalscorer.
Manager Harry Redknapp added; "Whoever offers the biggest fee will, I suppose, be the answer in January.
"He's not used to not playing. His entire career, he's played and been a big player and he wants to play. He could sit here and take his wages, but that's not him.
"He wants to play football. He trains hard, works hard every day; he's shown a great attitude. Probably the hardest decision I had to make was last week: I couldn't get him on the bench.
"It wasn't easy when you respect somebody and what a good player he is or has been. It was hard, because he's still a good player."
With Jermain Defoe, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Peter Crouch all ahead of him in, Keane has only managed two appearances this season.