OXFORD United could receive an income boost this week with Kemar Roofe on the verge of a move away from Leeds United.

The 26-year-old is due to be having a medical today ahead of a proposed transfer to Anderlecht, now managed by Vincent Kompany.

Reports in Belgium suggest the fee could be as high as £7million, although other sources believe it may be lower.

As part of the £3m deal which took Roofe to Leeds in 2016, the U's agreed a sell-on clause.

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It is believed to be 15 per cent of any profit on the transfer fee.

However, it is thought 40 per cent of what they receive will then go to West Bromwich Albion as part of the terms which took Roofe from the Hawthorns to United in 2015.

If the fee was £7m, then 15 per cent of the profit (£4m) would be £600,000. After West Brom's cut it would leave the U's with £360,000.

United have a similar clause with Callum O'Dowda, who at one stage this summer looked to be on the way out at Bristol City.

But after Fulham's interest waned, the winger appears likely to stay put as City aim to tie the winger down to a new contract.