Sheffield United ‘interested in Burnley’s Jack Cork’ but face competition in Newcastle, Brighton

Sheffield United 'interested in Burnley's Jack Cork' but face competition in Newcastle, Brighton

Sherfield United manager Chris Wilder is said to be monitoring the condition of Jack Cork in Burnley.

The 31-year-old and the son of former Sheffield United striker Allen are available to leave the club due to a lack of contract at the end of the season.

Accordingly John Cross, chief football writer for the Daily Mirror, Keeps tabs on United developments ahead of the rise of former Swansea and Southampton Mann.

Claretts is currently in the middle of an acquisition, and Cork’s deal has yet to be considered.

Cross claims that United have informed Bose Wilder of the possibility of Corks being genetically available at the end of the season, and that the area needs to be strengthened.

John Lundstrom’s current contract is expected to expire in January or the end of June, and when Ethan Ambadu returns to Chelsea, midfield is set to become a key area of ​​recruitment next summer.

Cork are considered a defensive midfielder, and if Burnley are tempted to sell out in January, United could make an attempt if Lundstrom sells out.

Wilder does not seem to want to replace Cork with Lundstrom, an aggressive-minded player.

This indicates that any interest will be on the lookout for next season.

As United prepare for their next game against The Hammers, they should not miss anything from Bramal Lane.

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However, both Newcastle and Brighton are reportedly keen on his signature, with former teammate Jeff Hendrick already leaving Turf Moore to join Steve Bruce’s Magpies.

Cork joined Burnley in 2017 in a $ 10 million move from Swansea and have been featured 105 times for the club.

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