Burnley have got two good results under their belt and are looking to continue their good run in the Premier League, having won against Crystal Palace and drawn against Tottenham Hotspur. The Clarets are looking to keep themselves on a winning track and are looking to take on another big name club in the form of Liverpool this weekend, who are currently fighting their defensive woes.
Burnley invested a considerable amount of money in the transfer market to get themselves one of the best players from the Championship in the form of Chris Wood, who has scored in back to back matches for them. However, the Clarets might look to bring in a perfect partner for him and bag some new players in the transfer window commencing in January next year.
Reportedly, the Clarets have their eyes on the Denmark international Thomas Delaney who is currently playing for the German club Werder Bremen. He has been in a very good form of late and has been looking to make a mark with his brilliant goal scoring ability and can be the perfect addition to the Burnley side, who might be much benefitted by his magnificent skills for the rest of the season.
Known for his ability to make dazzling runs down the middle of the pitch as well as on the flank,s into the heart of the opposition defence, the 26-year-old arrived at the Bundesliga club in the last season during the January transfer window and has made 16 appearances for Werder Bremen already.
However, he is being watched by a number of clubs in the Premier League, who are looking to bring him into their side to strengthen it for the second half of the season including the likes of Tottenham and Everton.
The Clarets are looking forward to having a good run in the Premier League on the back of a disappointing campaign in the last season. They might like to add a technically sound player to their side and in the present situation, Delaney looks to be the perfect candidate to fit their bill.
The player is known for his darting runs and swift footwork, apart from which he also has the ability to take brilliant free kicks to find the back of the net with a considerable amount of ease. He also has the ability to get the ball into the box and set up his teammates with assists to score and help his team to gain an upper hand over the rivals. But can Sean Dyche lure him to Burnley?