OXFORD United are set to receive a useful cash injection as part of Kemar Roofe's transfer to Anderlecht.

The 26-year-old has left Leeds United and agreed a three-year deal with the Belgian side, now managed by Vincent Kompany.

Officially the fee is undisclosed, but has been reported as between £6.5-7m.

United agreed a sell-on clause when Roofe was bought by Leeds for about £3m in 2016.

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It will see them claim 15 per cent of the profit, although 40 per cent of what they receive is then due to West Bromwich Albion as part of the agreement which took him to the U's in 2015.

The lack of clarity over the fees makes calculating United's income difficult, but if the reported figures are accurate it appears to be in the region of £360,000.

The Oxford Mail understands it does not come under the terms of the charge still owed to former owner Darryl Eales, so will go to the club.