Burnley are keen on signing Genk star Mike Trésor and Arsenal’s Albert Sambi Lokonga in the summer, according to Voetbalkrant.

The winger starred for the Jupiler Pro League side last season, scoring eight goals and registering 24 assists from 42 games. This saw him win the Player of the Year award and also attract the attention of other clubs.

A few clubs have Trésor on their radar but Burnley are the club ‘most interested’ in securing the 24-year-old’s services.

Genk chief Dimitri De Condé is known as a tough negotiator and knows how to get the best deal possible. The Clarets ‘will have to pull out their wallet’ as they need €20m to sign Trésor.

Burnley also have their sights set on Lokonga. He has found it hard to enjoy regular game time at Arsenal and was sent on loan to Crystal Palace for the second half of last season.

Vincent Kompany is aiming to take the 23-year-old midfielder on loan with an option to buy. The Belgium international played under the current Burnley boss when the pair were at Anderlecht. Two months ago, the manager admitted he still follows Lokonga.

Kompany ‘wants’ Burnley to sign both Trésor and the Arsenal player in the summer. Time will tell whether the manager’s wish will be fulfilled by the Clarets.