Wolves are reportedly keen to sign Burnley and Republic of Ireland defender Nathan Collins this summer.

Collins joined the Clarets from Stoke last summer and became a regular starter in the final weeks of the Premier League season after Ben Mee was ruled out due to injury.

The 21-year-old has also impressed on the international stage and scored a superb solo goal against Ukraine last week.

Wolves are now offering the defender a chance to return to the top-flight, according to a Patreon report by Alan Nixon.

However, Burnley are said to value Collins around the £40million mark as they prepare for life in the Championship.

Newcastle and Leeds have also been linked with a move for the Irish international in recent weeks.

The Clarets are short in numbers at centre-back after confirming Ben Mee and James Tarkowski were among the players departing at the end of their deals.

Swansea’s Jamaican international Joel Latibeaudiere and Oxford starlet Luke McNally have both been linked with a move to Turf Moor over the past few days.

Meanwhile, out-of-contract winger Jed Wallace is also reportedly a target for new boss Vincent Kompany.

The 28-year-old managed six goals and 12 assists for Millwall last season and is regarded as one of the best free agents in the Championship.

However, Steve Bruce’s West Brom are also keen to land the wide man ahead of the upcoming season.

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