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Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Aug 1 10:52 PM
SEAN Dyche admits Burnley will struggle to compete with the rest of the Premier League long-term if the transfer market continues to rocket and the club’s prudent policy doesn’t move forward.
Daily Express - Wed Aug 1 10:30 PM
SEAN DYCHE will not bankrupt Burnley by spending “crazy” money in the transfer market.
Mirror - Wed Aug 1 7:11 PM
Burnley and Fulham are both keen on Onomah while Villa are also interested in re-signing the 21-year-old on loan
BBC - Wed Aug 1 6:32 PM
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says the transfer market is "as tough as it's ever been".
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Aug 1 5:46 PM
BURNLEY have got a couple of deals 'pending' before the transfer window closes next week, says boss Sean Dyche.
Lancashire Telegraph - Wed Aug 1 6:16 AM
BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche admits the transfer market is getting more difficult with every window.
Daily Mail - Tue Jul 31 5:01 PM
Sean Dyche will enjoy the services of defender Matt Lowton for a little while longer as the 29-year-old - who was contract expires in 2020, signed an improved three-year contract at Turf Moor.
Sky Sports - Tue Jul 31 3:59 PM
SkySports Lowton had two years left on his prior deal, but Burnley have opted to reward the 29-year-old with a further 12-month extension that takes him to 2021. The new season is here. Get Sky Sports' dedicated football channels for over 500 live games of and more »
Lancashire Telegraph - Tue Jul 31 3:21 PM
BURNLEY have secured defender Matt Lowton on a new longer term contract.
Football Transfer League - Tue Jul 31 8:17 AM
Fraser Forster of Southampton , rumoured to be transfering to Burnley report The Express . - Football Rumour from 31-Jul-2018
Daily Mail - Tue Jul 31 12:07 AM
Burnley have made an enquiry for Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster who may be available on loan. Sean Dyche wants cover for the injured Nick Pope.
Sky Sports - Mon Jul 30 11:05 PM
SkySports Former Burnley midfielder Dean Marney has signed a two-year contract with Joey Barton's Fleetwood Town. The 34-year-old was a free agent following an eight-year spell with the Premier League Clarets. He played alongside Fleetwood head coach Barton and more »
Daily Express - Mon Jul 30 10:42 PM
BURNLEY are ready to make a move for Southampton’s Fraser Forster if Nick Pope is ruled out for the bulk of the season.
Lancashire Telegraph - Mon Jul 30 5:35 PM
BURNLEY look set to miss out on Alfie Mawson with the defender expected to join Fulham from Swansea City.
Guardian - Mon Jul 30 3:20 PM
• Defender due to undergo medical for London club on Tuesday • Mawson understood to prefer move to Fulham over Burnley Swansea City’s Alfie Mawson is set to undergo a medical at Fulham on Tuesday in a transfer that could cost the new Premier League side up £20m. The defender has been expected to...
Daily Star - Sat Jul 28 8:21 AM
WEST HAM remain locked in talks over a deal for Swansea star Alfie Mawson.
Daily Telegraph - Sat Jul 28 6:41 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Crystal Palace are ready to pay £20m for Liverpool striker Danny Ings. Roy Hodgson is targeting a raid on his former club for Ings, the England international who is poised to leave Liverpool this summer. Hodgson will move for Ings when he raises money and more »
Daily Express - Sat Jul 28 6:10 AM
CRYSTAL PALACE want to sign Danny Ings though could be put off by the price-tag Liverpool have reportedly placed on the striker.
Daily Star - Sat Jul 28 5:20 AM
LIVERPOOL are reportedly set to offload Danny Ings on Crystal Palace for £20m after the club placed the striker on the transfer list.
Mirror - Sat Jul 28 4:00 AM
Crystal Palace are leading the race to sign the injury-prone Ings
Sky Sports - Sat Jul 28 3:08 AM
SkySports Fulham, Burnley and West Ham were all in talks to sign Alfie Mawson from Swansea on Friday, according to Sky sources. The Swans want more than £20m for the centre-back, who is still getting back to fitness following knee surgery at the end of last season. and more »
The players overall probably deserved something from the game, said Dyche.
I think Steven (Defour) and Johann (Berg Gudmundsson) will be touch and go for the weekend, said Dyche. Both are making forms of progress but I'm not sure if they'll make it.
Defour will be touch and go, said Dyche. At this stage, we've got to be sensible with it.
There were some excellent tackles last night, Dyche said.
Daily Express - 10:35 AM