One of the prime targets for the English Premier League duo -Chelsea and Manchester United this summer, French star Christopher Nkunku has reportedly snubbed the two sides to sign a four-year contract with Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig.
Extended his contract at the Red Bull Arena until June 2026, it is understood the 24-year-old release clause is €60M which can be activated next season.
Nkunku last season rocked 35 goals and 16 assists in 52 games in all competitions drawing attention to himself.
Playing in the Champions League next season, the in-demand attacker is seen as the club's most prized asset.
Suffered relegation last season, Burnley are set to lose one of their prized assets to Newcastle United this summer as medicals is underway for a reported fee of €10M.
The 30-year-old last season managed 9-clean sheets in 36 league games on the verge of ending his six-year spells at the Turf Moor Stadium.
Attracted interest from Manchester United and Brentford this summer, the Dane midfielder on the latest report is still silent on his next move.
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