Report: Burnley in talks with Swansea City's Jack Cork

Big boy Jack Cork celebrates scoring during the Premier League game between Swansea City and Liverpool on May 1, 2016
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Burnley are in talks with Swansea City midfielder Jack Cork over a £10m move to Turf Moor in this summer's transfer window, according to a report.

Burnley are reportedly in talks with Swansea City midfielder Jack Cork over a £10m move to Turf Moor.

Cork, 28, joined Swansea from Southampton in 2015, and has made 80 Premier League appearances for the Swans since arriving in Wales.

Last term, the defensive midfielder featured in 30 of Swansea's 38 Premier League matches, but according to The Mirror, Cork is heading for a move away from the Liberty Stadium after Burnley agreed a £10m deal.

The report claims that Cork is currently locked in talks with Sean Dyche's side over a move this summer, and the Clarets are confident of tying up a deal for a player that represented the club on loan between 2010 and 2011.

Should former Chelsea youngster Cork arrive at Turf Moor, he would become Burnley's third summer signing following the captures of Charlie Taylor and Jonathan Walters.

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