Burnley reportedly want Bristol City’s Aden Flint.

West Bromwich Albion have been linked with Aden Flint, who is also reported to be on the radar of Middlesbrough and Fulham, but Burnley could have an advantage in the race for the Bristol City defender.

According to The Mirror (Transfer Live blog, 20:06pm, June 19, 2018), Championship club Middlesbrough are interested in signing Flint in the summer transfer window (click here to read more).

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Last month, The Daily Star reported of Fulham and West Brom’s interest in the 28-year-old defender, who is claimed to be valued at £9 million by City.

The Daily Star has now reported of Burnley’s interest in Flint, and perhaps the Clarets have an advantage over West Brom, Fulham and Middlesbrough.

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Advantage Burnley?

Burnley could feature in the Europa League next season, and that could be very tempting for Flint.

The Clarets enjoyed a very successful season in 2017-18, and Sean Dyche’s side will be aiming for something similar in 2018-19.

With West Brom and Middlesbrough playing in the Championship next season, the Baggies and Boro may not be as tempting as Burnley to Flint, while Fulham have only just got promoted to the Premier League.

Burnley have established themselves in the Premier League, and moving to the Clarets could be very tempting for Flint.

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