United winger James Milner has been sidelined since picked up bad foot injury in the 3-0 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield on March. But Keegan has told him that he will have the chance to get involve in United last two matches this season.
“He’s got a lot going for him. Like one or two players now, he’s found himself on the outside just by circumstance, and the fact the team’s put a run together.” Keegan said in an interview with ChronicleLive, “But James could well be included in the game against Chelsea on Monday.”
Milner also taking part in Toon last trip to West Ham although not been named as one of United substitutes. Keegan wants to show him that he's care and Milner is the player he like to be part of Newcastle team.
Meanwhile, Alan Smith's agent has rejected any reports that linking his man with a move to Rangers. Recent reports suggested the Ibrox side has lining up a swoop for United's man in the summer.
Smith's representative Alex Black says the player is happy at St James' Park and want to be part of Keegan's revolution next season.
“Alan has no intention of leaving Newcastle, he is happy at the club,” Black told skysports.com “Alan is not thinking about anything else but coming back fresh for next season and helping Newcastle to success.”