Burnley striker Gray set for Charlton move

Burnley have granted leading scorer Andy Gray permission to speak to Charlton after agreeing a fee of £1.5million with their Coca-Cola Championship rivals.

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Gray, who has netted 13 goals this season, has been a target of Addicks manager Alan Pardew since the January transfer window opened.

The Clarets turned down Charlton's initial offer for the 30-year-old but have now accepted an improved offer of £1.5million.

A statement from Burnley said: "After turning down a substantial seven-figure bid from Charlton earlier this week,
the Clarets have now accepted an improved offer of £1.5million with add-ons, which could take the fee to
£2million.

"Gray will now discuss personal terms with Burnley's Championship rivals and will not be in Owen Coyle's squad for
the weekend game away to Coventry City."