BURNLEY are closing in on the club-record signing of Leeds United striker Chris Wood, with a deal set to be done by Monday.

The Clarets have agreed an initial £15million fee with the Whites for last season's Championship top scorer, with add-ons to be factored into that deal.

It is understood Wood had travelled with Leeds to Sunderland for this evening's live Championship game.

He is set to have a medical at Burnley on Sunday, with the move finalised on Monday, which could result in a debut for Wood in Wednesday night's East Lancashire derby against Blackburn Rovers in the Carabao Cup.

The 25-year-old New Zealand international hit 27 goals in the Championship last season, which attracted the attention of Burnley.

The Clarets had two bids rejected by Leeds over the past 10 days but are now close to finalising an agreement with the Elland Road outfit.

Wood would follow left-back Charlie Taylor in making the move from Leeds to Burnley this summer.