All the latest news, transfer speculation and more from around the Premier League and involving Burnley
There is just over a week left for Sean Dyche and Burnley to conclude their transfer business for the 2020/21 season, or at least until the January transfer window opens. This weekend presents another opportunity for managers to analyse their squad and decide on where needs work.
With the window entering the final week, Premier League clubs will continue to be linked with a host of deals. Some will be likely, some will be possible, many will be wide off the mark such is the nature of the football rumour mill.
As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the top-flight – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip from around the web.
1. Arsenal make Aouar bid
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is nearing a significant piece of summer business. The Gunners have placed a £32million bid for Lyon star Houssem Aouar. The midfielder has been a key target for Arteta with Lucas Torreira heading to Atletico Madrid. The Gunners are also believed to be interested in Thomas Partey from Atletico. (RMC) Photo: FRANCK FIFE
2. Brighton eye ex-Juventus striker
Brighton are set to pip Italian side Parma to the signing of striker Andi Zeqiri. The 21-year-old Swiss U21 international is wanted by teams around Europe after impressing with Lausanne in his homeland. The former Juventus starlet hit 22 goals in 37 appearances last season. (Various) Photo: GLYN KIRK
3. Burnley reject Tarkowski bid
Burnley have rejected a £30million bid from Leicester City for centre-back James Tarkowski. The 27-year-old England international has already been the subject of three bids from West Ham United. (BBC) Photo: Pool
4. De Paul blow for Leeds
Leeds United are set to miss out on Argentine attacking midfielder Rodrigo De Paul. The 26-year-old international is seen as a key target for Marcelo Bielsa but Italian club Udinese are standing firm with their €35-40million valuation. (Messaggero Veneto) Photo: Alessandro Sabattini