Burnley offer Ashley Young a one year deal with the Inter Milan defender out of contract this summer… as Sean Dyche looks to reunite with the former Watford and Manchester United man
- Burnley have offered Inter Milan defender Ashley Young a one year deal
- Young is available on a free transfer but has been offered a new contract at Inter
- Sean Dyche knows the 35-year-old well from their time together at Watford
Burnley have held further talks over a deal for Ashley Young.
The 35-year old is available on a free though has been offered a contract by Inter Milan where he made 34 appearances last season and won the Italian league title.
Burnley have offered a one year deal with an option for a further 12 months and manager Sean Dyche knows Young well from their time together at Watford.
Burnley have held talks over a deal for Ashley Young, who is available on a free transfer
Sean Dyche knows Young well from their time together at Watford and has offered a one year deal with an option for a further 12 months
Young also had interest from Watford though they are in talks over a deal for left back Danny Rose who left Tottenham this month.
Dyche is expected to sign a new five year contract with Burnley after terms were put in place earlier this month.
He is also targeting two centre backs with James Tarkowski a target for West Ham.
Stoke’s Nathan Collins, Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall and Dael Fry of Middlesbrough are among the names on their list.
Young has been offered a new contract by Inter Milan after making 34 appearances last season