Clarets handed Jensen warning

20 January 2010 03:55
The fans' favourite is one of a number of players out of contract in the summer and he could quit the club for nothing at the end of the season.[LNB]Jensen has established himself as first-choice keeper at Burnley and he has previously indicated he hopes the club would offer him an improved contract as reward for his service.[LNB]The Dane's representative, Mickey Walsh, has suggested Jensen could be tempted to make a move to Portugal on a free transfer.[LNB]"He can leave on a Bosman free transfer," Walsh told the Daily Express. "He's love to play for Porto, Benfica or Sporting Lisbon."[LNB]Meanwhile, Martin Paterson, Chris McCann and Jay Rodriguez have made their long-awaited returns to action after recovering from injury.[LNB]The trio have been sidelined for close to four months with long-term injuries, but they made successful returns in Tuesday's reserve clash with Hull.[LNB]Paterson marked his return with a goal and got the full 90 minutes under his belt along with Rodriguez, while McCann featured for 70 minutes.[LNB]The news will be a boost for new Clarets boss Brian Laws as he prepares for this weekend's FA Cup clash with Reading.[LNB][LNB] Transfer Specials. Click here to bet.  

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