Burnley are in talks with Swansea City over the potential signing of midfield enforcer Jack Cork this summer.
The former Southampton man made 30 Premier League appearances as Swansea avoided relegation last season, picking up seven yellow cards and also playing in FA Cup and EFL Cup matches.
Sky Sports claims Cork is Burnley's latest transfer target after deals were agreed for Leeds full-back Charlie Taylor and Stoke forward Jonathan Walters, while a bid has also been tabled for Nottingham Forest striker Britt Assombalonga.
Swansea could demand up to £10m for Cork, who joined the Welsh club for a fee believed to be around £3m back in 2015, while Paul Clement's side are also playing hardball over any potential sale of star man Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The Iceland international was arguably Swansea's best player last season, scoring nine goals and adding 13 assists, and was majorly influential as they ended up avoiding relegation, ultimately finishing 15th.
Cork started his career as a youth product at Chelsea, failing to make first-team appearance for the Blues and being sent out on loan, having spells with Bournemouth, Scunthorpe, Southampton and Watford.
He also spent two temporary spells with Burnley, making a total of 57 appearances across two seasons as the Clarets played in both the Premier League and the Championship.
Cork established himself at Southampton after joining the Saints in 2011 for an undisclosed fee, becoming a first-team regular as they reached the Premier League before seeing his game time diminish in the 2014-15 season, prompting a move to Swansea.