Burnley are keen to secure the transfer of Nottingham Forest defender Matty Cash this summer.
The 22-year-old right back has impressed this season at the City Ground, with Forest finishing 7th in the Championship and agonisingly missing out on a playoff place on goal difference.
Despite being on the verge of turning 23, Cash has significant experience in senior football, having played upwards of 140 times for Nottingham Forest since making his debut in 2016.
His performances this campaign have caught the eye of Sean Dyche, with the Clarets boss keen to bring Cash to Turf Moor – although he will face competition from the likes of Southampton, West Ham and even AC Milan.
It is Sheffield United though who may be the biggest thorn in Dyche’s side in terms of Cash’s capture, with the Daily Mail claiming the Blades have had a bid rejected for Cash over the weekend.
It is understood Nottingham Forest value their man at £15m.