Burnley attacker George Boyd has reportedly emerged as a summer transfer target for Aston Villa.
The Scotland international has appeared in 28 Premier League games this season but uncertainty over his future at Turf Moor is still in the news, with his contract is set to expire at the end of the season.
It has been claimed that 31-year-old is only being offered an extension of a year, rather than long-term he desires, and as per The Sunday Mirror, Steve Bruce’s side are taking an interest in the player’s situation.
The report adds, that a number of other clubs are said to be interested in Boyd’s services, should he choose to leave the Clarets.
The experienced wideman has a vast of Championship experience, having won promotions to the top flight with both Burnley FC and Hull City.
Boyd joined Burnley on a three year deal from Hull City in 2014, and has become a regular figure in the first team ever since, scoring 12 goals in 110 league appearances.