Corriere dello Sport report Burnley and West Brom are showing an interest in Napoli defender Ivan Strinic. The Croatia international could leave the Serie A side this summer for a club which can give him more playing time.

The Italian newspaper say Strinic is considering his future, after the Italian club recently signed Mario Rui.

Strinic looks surplus to requirements at Napoli and subsequently Burnley and West Brom could look to move in on the player, after a middleman informed the Italian club of their interest.

It been claimed the two Premier League clubs would be willing to offer up to €9m for Strinic, but it seems West Brom need him more.

Tony Pulis has been tracking Arsenal’s Kieran Gibbs this summer, and last week the West Brom boss confirmed they’ve pulled out of the race to sign the defender. Burnley have also just brought in Charlie Taylor from Leeds United, and left back shouldn’t be a priority for them.

Strinic joined Napoli in 2015, but has hardly figured in his three years with the Serie A side. The Croatian international has made just over twenty league appearances for Napoli, and may need to move on in the summer to kickstart his career.