Burnley are battling to try and keep Manchester City’s Taylor Harwood-Bellis at the club next season, but they face competition from a number of Premier League rivals, TEAMtalk understands.
Harwood-Bellis was outstanding for Burnley during their promotion campaign and Vincent Kompany has asked his former club to sell him the player, or at the very least allow him to re-join on loan for another season.
City are yet to decide whether they want to sell or even loan Harwood-Bellis, but if they do there will be no shortage of offers.
As well as Burnley, there is interest from Premier League rivals Brighton, Wolves, Everton and Fulham.
Harwood-Bellis made 35 appearances for the Calrest last season, scoring once as Kompany’s men secured a Premier League return.
Meanwhile, Harwood-Bellis’ team-mate Callum Doyle, who spent last season on loan at Coventry, is set to leave this summer.
The Sky Blues are keen to take him back on loan but their Midlands rivals Leicester are also taking a keen interest in the player.