LATEST UPDATE : Bristol City boss discusses bringing Burnley man back on a permanent deal after loan spell

Bristol City manager Liam Manning has said he’d like to work with Burnley’s Scott Twine for a longer amount of time.
The attacking midfielder played the second half of the season with the Championship club, making nine appearances.

Despite an injury-plagued tour, Manning believes he has seen enough.
While Manning would love to bring Twine back to Bristol City on a permanent basis, he concedes the choice is beyond his control.
“It’s tough, but he’s not our player,” he told the Bristol Post.

“It’s one of those things where I need to have discussions to see what it looks like and if it’s possible.

Burnley may not want to do it, but there are

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There are so many variations to that. At the moment, I have no notion. “I would love to work with him. I believe he suits the club and player profile we have, but there are other hurdles.

“For me, he has been fantastic. I believe he has another level that he can reach; he is beginning to show that, and he matches what we are trying to do.”

Twine, whose Turf Moor contract extends until 2026, spent the first part of the season on loan with Hull City.

He made 26 appearances with the Tigers and scored four times. The former MK Dons player, who moved to Turf Moor in 2022 for a £4 million sum, scored three goals in 18 appearances as Burnley won the Championship title.

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