Burnley are enthused about marking Ghana global Abdul Majeed Waris from French Ligue 2 side Lorient, as indicated by the sources.
Sean Dyche needs to add more fortifications to his late spring signings, following their club record £15m marking of Chris Wood from Leeds.
Career of Abdul Majeed
Waris, 25, scored 10 goals in 36 matches for Lorient last season as Lorient completed third-base in Ligue 1. They were consigned to the second level after a play-off thrashing to Troyes.
He has won 22 awards for Ghana and played at the 2014 World Cup. While he additionally burned through a half year on credit at Valenciennes in 2014.
Waris would give rivalry to Wood, who could make his Burnley. Make a big appearance in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup derby conflict with Blackpool.
Burnley endured their first annihilation of the season last Saturday. When West Brom guaranteed a 1-0 win at Turf Moor, and a short time later Dyche. Demanded he wasn’t worried by his group’s wickedness before goal.