Premier League side Burnley are ready to offer £6 million for Bristol City left-back Joe Bryan, according to the Telegraph.
The Clarets’ boss Sean Dyche has the 24-year-old defender high up on his list of transfer targets for the summer and is looking to further bolster his side ahead of the next campaign.
Burnley may well be playing in the Europa League next season and will be in the hunt for some more back-up for their squad.
Joe Bryan has impressed for Bristol City in the Championship this season but could be on his way out of Ashton Gate over the coming months. He made the headlines in December when he scored for the Robins against Manchester United in the League Cup Semi-Final.
He is a fan’s favourite at Bristol City and they will not want to lose him. However, they may well have to accept £6 million for him as the chance to play in Europe next season could be too much of an opportunity for Bryan to let up.
He started his career at Bristol City and rose through the youth ranks there and is seen as one of their best academy products in recent years. He was loaned out to Bath City and Plymouth Argyle as a youngster to gain first-team experience but has since then been a key player for the Robins.
Bryan has played over 200 games for the Robins but could leave them in the summer, with Burnley lining up a move.