Charlton striker Lyle Taylor will become a free agent at the end of the month.

Addicks boss Lee Bowyer has revealed the forward is unwilling to play a part in the remainder of Charlton’s Championship fixtures due to concerns an injury may thwart a Premier League move.

Research from injury intelligence gatherers Zone7 has suggested players may be at a 25% greater risk of injury when play resumes.

English football’s second tier will return to action on June 20.

Taylor’s availability has attracted the interest of Burnley, with the Montserrat international netting 11 times in 22 Championship appearances this season.

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