BURNLEY have agreed a deal to bring in Leeds United goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell as Tom Heaton nears his Turf Moor exit. 

The Yorkshire Evening Post report the Clarets will pay £3.5 million for the Northern Ireland international with Heaton moving to Aston Villa for £8 million. 

Sean Dyche has taken the decision to shake up his goalkeeping department with the 33-year-old club captain entering the final 12 months of his contract. 

They have moved swiftly to tie up a deal for Peacock-Farrell who was also beginning the final year of his deal at Elland Road. 

Having been Leeds' No.1 at the start of the 2018/19 campaign, the 22-year-old lost his place on Kiko Casilla's arrival from Real Madrid in the January transfer window. 

Peacock-Farrell made 29 appearances in all last season having previously spent time on loan at York City.