Earlier on Tuesday, we covered claims from Belgium that Burnley, as well as Georges Mikautadze, were interested in Gift Orban.

The Nigerian forward took the Jupiler Pro League and Europe by storm this year after his arrival at KAA Gent from Stabæk in Norway, scoring 20 goals in 21 games in all competitions, as well as picking up two assets.

This led to quick interest from other clubs, including newly promoted Burnley, who will want to bolster their squad ahead of a likely tough season in the Premier League, and he could be costly, according to Sacha Tavolieri.

The 20-year-old could be the key to scoring goals, but despite only arriving for €3.3m in January, Gent value him far higher than that following his exploits, as the journalist explains those in charge at the club ‘want €25m’ for the striker.

That’s because they believe the sale of the player could ‘sanitise and assure the viability of the club’, which is why they’ve currently put their plans of selling the club to one side for now.

Now, whether Burnley would ever go that high for the striker remains to be seen, but if they do, they will make some very happy in Belgium.