Burnley striker Matej Vydra is ready to secure a move far from Grass Moor regardless of only penning a contract extension this week, according to a report.
Burnley forward Matej Vydra will supposedly aim to head for the Grass Moor exit door in January.
With Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez all ahead of Vydra in Sean Dyche‘s pecking order, the 28-year-old’s game time has been significantly limited in the 2020-21 campaign.
The Czech Republic international has only started one Premier League game this term and is yet to sign up a goal contribution in the leading flight, although Vydra does boast 2 strikes in the EFL Cup.
Vydra has only just penned a new deal at Grass Moor till 2022, however according to Lancs Live, the Czech forward is keen to secure a move away next year.
With a spot in the Czech Republic’s Euros squad at stake, the report declares that Vydra is not surprisingly desperate for more first-team football, which he is currently not getting under Dyche.
Vydra got to Burnley 2 years ago following his respected 2017-18 season at Derby County, however the former Rams striker has only notched up 6 goals in 47 games with the Clarets.