Joe Hart and Aaron Lennon are both set to leave Burnley at the end of this month, according to reports.

The duo are among the out of contract players that the Clarets have to make a decision on by next Tuesday, June 23, if they are to stay at Turf Moor until the conclusion of a season extended by the coronavirus pandemic.

Jeff Hendrick, Phil Bardsley and reserve goalkeeper Adam Legzdins are the others with Sean Dyche having last week expressed frustration at the board’s handling of the situation.

Hart has been widely expected to depart having played just three cup games this season as Nick Pope’s understudy.

The Daily Mail reports that while he has not been offered an extension, he could still elect to be on the bench for the trip to his former club Manchester City on Monday night as the Clarets return to Premier League action.

Dyche does have goalkeeping cover in the form of Bailey Peacock-Farrell.

Lennon, says the Athletic, has turned down the offer of a short-term extension to see him through the final nine games with the winger having interest in his services both at home and abroad.

Of the five out-of-contract, Hendrick and Bardsley present the biggest headaches for Dyche, the pair having been regulars in the first-team picture.

Hendrick has been linked with a move to Italian giants AC Milan and Roma while Bardsley, who turns 35 on June 28, has proven to be a dependable performer at right back.