Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick is reportedly on the radar of seven-time European champions AC Milan this summer.
The 28-year-old's current contract expires at Burnley at the end of next month and Sky Sports News claim that Milan have been tracking the Dubliner.
Hendrick, who has played 27 times in all competitions for the Clarets this season, is currently free to discuss a pre-contract agreement with clubs outside England.
Burnley took the option to extend his deal by 12-months last summer and prior to football's shutdown their manager Sean Dyche was keen to open contract talks with the Ireland international.
"As it is with a lot of players, we try and stay as private as we can with things and it is an important part of what we do to keep the open lines of communication with our players."
"I said early in the season there were players who were very unfortunate not to be playing and he was definitely one of them.
"He's found his way back into the team which if you look at his history under me he does, he finds a way of playing.
"He is delivering and we want a side that has professional enjoyment. Jeff looks like he is enjoying the challenge and enjoying the work, the whole team do."