Bristol City pushes to sign Burnley striker Nahki Wells, while QPR also competes to sign their assassin for a permanent deal
- Championship side Bristol City and QPR both want Burnley striker Nahki Wells
- The striker was in fertile form during his loan period with QPR this season
- Lyle Taylor and Peter Toney & # 39; s Ivan Toney are also on on Bristol City radar
Bristol City insists on an agreement with Burnley for striker Nahki Wells.
The 29-year-old is recalled from his loan with QPR who also compete for his signature.
Wells has so far scored 14 goals in 28 appearances during his loan period, after having found the net nine times in 43 games when QPR lent him last season.
He scored high for Huddersfield when they won the championship in the 16-16-17, tempting the Clarets to grab him for £ 5 million at the end of the campaign.
As Sportsmail reported, City also asked about Charlton & Lyle Taylor and Peterborough striker Ivan Toney.
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The Bolton-born starlet, who turns Tuesday 20, has impressed the youth of City since he signed his first professional contract in July 2018.