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Jonathan Walters: 'I am available this summer'

Walters: 'I am available this summer'
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Republic of Ireland international Jonathan Walters reveals that he is free to leave Burnley during this summer's transfer window.

Jonathan Walters has revealed that he is free to leave Burnley during this summer's transfer window.

Walters joined the Clarets from Stoke City last summer, but only made five appearances during the 2017-18 campaign.

A knee problem saw the attacker miss a chunk of the season, but he was also overlooked after returning to fitness in the latter stages of the campaign.

The 34-year-old has said that Burnley boss Sean Dyche has informed him that he is free to leave this summer.

"I've been fit for a while and in squads, but not picked," Walters told reporters. "I can't moan too much, the team are doing ever so well, but I've spoken to the manager and I'm available to go if needs be. I've got to assess it and see what's there."

Walters is currently with the Republic of Ireland squad preparing for the upcoming friendlies against France and the United States.

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