Burnley's Hearts Broken over Andrew Driver
Hearts have turned down a £500,000 bid from Burnley for their 20-year old winger, Andrew Driver.
Driver was the club's young player of the year awards.
The final decision will rest with Vladimir Romanov the Russian-born Lithuanian businessman and owner of Heart of Midlothian FC.
He gave Driver a long-term deal last year. In August 2006 Driver signed a five year extension to his contract with Hearts, committing him to the club until 2011.
Driver was also a Scotland International Schoolboy scoring a goal against England in the Victory Shield Competition in 2003.
As a senior player Driver, born in Oldham is however only eligible to play for England and may be close to an England U21 cap.
Driver grew up in Oldham, where he was a pupil at Hume Grammar School but his fsmily then moved to Edinburgh.
Hearts has been his only professional club to date after joining them in 2004.
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