Lee Grant, Burnley in contract talks

Lee Grant
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Goalkeeper Lee Grant says that he will have to take a pay cut to stay with Burnley.

Goalkeeper Lee Grant has revealed that he has started contract negotiations with Burnley.

As it stands, the 30-year-old's current deal is due to expire in the summer, which would make him a free agent.

However, despite suggesting that he would like to stay at Turf Moor, Grant has admitted that he would have to take a pay cut to commit his future to the Clarets.

"We're getting there. It's not a quick process by any means," he told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph. "It's been well documented the club are looking to tighten their belts slightly and players are having to take a drop and I'm no different in that sense.

"It's obviously something that has to be thought about a lot from my part as well, there's a lot of work going into it behind the scenes, but we're getting there."

Grant joined Burnley from Sheffield Wednesday in 2010.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche on the touchline during the match against Blackburn Rovers on December 2, 2012
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