EXCLUSIVE: West Ham, Villa scouts Burnley’s spectacular midfielder

Burnley is going through a battle to hold on to Josh Brownhill after TEAMtalk’s extremely spectacular midfielder marketing campaign understands.

The 25-year-old Turf Moor arrived last January from the Bristol City Championship, and has develop into a key player under Sean Dyche.

The dynamic Brownhill midfielder has tailored very well to life within the top flight, having beforehand been on Manchester United’s books.

Now we perceive that many opponents within the Burnley Premier League are taking a eager interest in its progress.

We are able to reveal that Wolves, Southampton, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Aston Villa have all been scourged in latest months.

Soucek is not going to leave on a budget

Agent Tomas Soucek insists the midfielder is happy at West Ham United and any membership that wishes to sign will want deep pockets.

Soucek, 26, joined the Hammers from Slavia Prague in January 2020. An preliminary six-month loan agreement was replaced by a everlasting four-year contract last summer season.

He has repaid the membership by taking part in each minute of their Premier League marketing campaign in 2020-2021. The Czech ace has scored eight goals on the top to assist West Ham to sixth place within the table.

Not surprisingly, among the big golf equipment have expressed interest. It was reported that Manchester United had been ‘monitoring’ the player last month whereas Barcelona are additionally considered eager.

It has actually enhanced its status for the East Finish outfit this season. From a membership that struggled last season, they’re legit contenders to finish within the top 4.

There may be nonetheless an extended option to go however David Moyes admits his males have already surpassed themselves. A spot within the Champions League subsequent season could also be sufficient to maintain Soucek on the London Stadium.

However suitors shall be in the summertime. Bayern Munich are additionally linked. And baseless allegations steered that Barcelona’s presidential candidate Joan Laporta’s camp had been in agreement. …



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