Newly promoted Premier League side Burnley are planning a summer move to re-sign QPR striker Charlie Austin just 12 months after selling him to the club according to The Sun.
It appears that Burnley are set to move for their former striker Charlie Austin in the summer if QPR fail to gain promotion. Austin signed for QPR at the beginning of the 2013/14 season for around £4 million on a three-year deal but it is unlikely that he will want to stay at the club if they fail to gain promotion.
The striker has been in prolific form for the past few seasons now and has been attracting interest from many Premier League clubs. The 24-year old has scored 20 goals in all competitions this season (35 appearances) and has been hitting that mark for the past few seasons.
It now seems that Burnley want to re-sign their former forward in a bid for success in their Premier League return. If QPR do succeed and gain promotion then he will stay put at QPR unless a big money bid comes in for him.
The QPR forward has also been linked with moves to Celtic, Leicester City and Norwich over the past few weeks and the club will be preparing for a mass war to sign the forward if they fail in their attempts to gain promotion.