7:54am Friday 30th May 2014
By Suzanne Geldard
BURNLEY are believed to be among a clutch of clubs chasing out-of-contract Hull City striker Matty Fryatt.
The 28-year-old has been offered new terms by Tigers boss Steve Bruce, after he helped to fire them to the FA Cup final.
But the options are open for the former Leicester man, with the Clarets understood to be one of a number of teams chasing his signature.
Hull remain in negotiations with Fryatt, and are not anticipating a decision to be made on his future for at least another week.
Sheffield Wednesday, where he spent two months on loan last season, are also in the hunt.
Fryatt – a £1.2million signing from Leicester in 2011 – scored six goals for Hull following the end of his loan spell in December.
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