Jol after Rodriguez

NORWICH, ENGLAND - JANUARY 07: Jay Rodriguez of Burnley in action during the FA Cup Third Round match sponsored by Budweiser between Norwich City and Burnley at Carrow Road on January 7, 2012 in Norwich, England. (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

The Daily Mail are reporting that, if Burnley fail to achieve promotion to the Premier League, they will allow striker Jay Rodriguez to leave Turf Moor and Fulham are one of the main suitors.

Supposedly, we aren't the only club chasing his signature, with Newcastle, Bolton and Everton all watching closely, but a bid in the region of £4 million was rejected last year from fellow Championship side Southampton.

Rodriguez, born in Burnley, has stayed at the Lancashire club throughout his career where he has amassed 27 goals in 98 appearances which included Burnley's Premier League stint originally under Owen Coyle.

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