Leeds United, Middlesbrough and Wolves 'keen' on Burnley midfielder with sale a 'strong possibility'
The 27-year-old has been an almost ever-present for the Clarets since arriving for a reported fee of around £9m in 2020. However, he not named in the starting XI for the club’s season opener against Manchester City.
However, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace, Everton and Leicester City are also named as clubs interested in him.
A product of the Manchester United and Preston North End academies, Brownhill cut his teeth in senior football with the latter.
While on the books of the Lilywhites, he enjoyed a loan spell at Barnsley and helped the Reds seal promotion to the Championship.
He left Preston for Bristol City in 2016 and his exploits across his four-year stay at Ashton Gate cemented his status as one of the Championship’s most revered midfielders.
Burnley swooped to sign him in 2020 and he has since racked up 133 appearances for the club.