- Current club: Burnley
- Date of Birth: 28 June 1971
- Birthplace: Kettering, Kettering, England
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Burnley boss Sean Dyche on the youngsters involved with the first team after Project Restart
only young talent to get onto the pitch in Burnley's last nine Premier League games, coming on as a late substitute in the first ...
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Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp has won a poll put on by the BBC where viewers voted for the best manager in last season’s Premier League. Klopp came out top with 49 percent of the vote, far ahead of his nearest rival, Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder in second place with 32 percent of the vote.
Arsenal could reportedly make a shock move to sign Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart with Bernd Leno potentially sidelined for the long-term.
Plundering lower placed clubs for their top English talent happens every summer as the Premier League’s big boys look to strengthen.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has admitted that the sale of star midfielder Dwight McNeil looks increasingly likely, as the 20-year-old continues to churn out excellent form in the Premier League. McNeil was promoted to the club's first team in 2018, and has been linked with moves to Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal in recent months.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has said that Cedric Soares will be assessed for his knee injury ahead of tomorrow's Premier League clash against Burnley on the road.
England international Danny Drinkwater is set to return to Chelsea following the conclusion of an unsuccessful loan stint with Premier League side Burnley.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche wants to keep his squad together, despite rumours that several first-team players will leave the club over the next six months. Dyche has been one of the Premier League's top performing managers over the past few seasons and is now ready to keep hold of his best talent in order to continue the progression.
Burnley will reportedly turn down the option to extend the loan contract of midfielder Danny Drinkwater beyond the turn of the year.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has heaped praise on Christian Pulisic following his maiden professional hat-trick in Chelsea's 4-2 win over Burnley in the Premier League.
Arsenal are reportedly weighing up an approach to sign Burnley's Nick Pope once veteran goalkeeper Petr Cech retires from the game in the summer.
Liverpool have reportedly been told to part with a sum of around £50m in order to prise away James Tarkowski from Burnley this month.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has for the first time admitted he will likely make January transfer window signings as he looks to bolster his squad for the second half of the Premier League season. A disappointing start to the season, summed up by a 4-0 defeat to Chelsea last weekend, has left Dyche searching for new talent across Europe to add to his squad in the New Year.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has revealed that he has a tactical problem which is likely to restrict the gametime of Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the Premier League.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has described the three points gotten from his side's win over Burnley on Sunday as an 'important thing'.
Burnley are on the cusp of agreeing a move to sign Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson in a deal worth a reported £15 million. The highly rated centre-back has only just signed a new contract with Boro, but has decided that his long-term future should be with Premier League side Burnley instead, with negotiations set to complete tomorrow afternoon.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could sanction the sale of Rob Holding in the summer, should any club pay a £15m fee for his signature.
Burnley are reportedly plotting a loan approach to sign Rob Holding from Arsenal this month.
Aaron Lennon yesterday completed a transfer move from Everton to Burnley and in his goodbye message sent a thank you to the Toffees' fans. The former England international came back from the brink after suffering mental health issues.
Premier League holders Chelsea have been linked with a surprise swoop for Burnley striker Ashley Barnes as they look to recruit a tall targetman in their ranks.
Burnley have reportedly been given permission to discuss personal terms with Aaron Lennon after they agreed on a transfer package with Everton.