- Tue Jan 30 11:08 PM
JURGEN KLOPP has issued an update on the future of Danny Ings.
- Tue Jan 30 2:57 PM
ARSENAL defender Rob Holding is a transfer target for Burnley.
- Tue Jan 30 12:50 AM
Burnley have had an £11.5million bid rejected by Nottingham Forest for highly-rated defender Joe Worrall. Sean Dyche had targeted the 21-year-old centre-back with an offer of £6m plus add-ons.
- Mon Jan 29 10:50 PM
SEAN Dyche admitted any more incomings at Turf Moor during the January transfer window are ‘unlikely’.
London Evening Standard
- Mon Jan 29 12:53 PM
Crystal Palace's search for a new striker is set to go to the wire but a move for Burnley forward Ashley Barnes is unlikely.
- Sun Jan 28 11:59 PM
Crystal Palace are lining up an £11m bid for Burnley striker Ashley Barnes who has 18 months left on his contract. Palace also remain interested in West Brom's Jake Livermore
- Sun Jan 28 9:40 PM
CRYSTAL PALACE are ready to rival Chelsea for Burnley forward Ashley Barnes.
Football Transfer League
- Sun Jan 28 10:24 AM
Rob Holding of Arsenal , rumoured to be transfering to Burnley report The Sun . - Football Rumour from 28-Jan-2018
- Sun Jan 28 10:02 AM
ARSENAL news is reaching its peak as the transfer window nears to a close and Express Sport is here to bring you the latest updates and transfer gossip.
- Sun Jan 28 1:31 AM
Burnley have enquired about Arsenal's England under-21 defender Rob Holding and hope to sign him on loan should Arsene Wenger land Jonny Evans
from West Brom
- Sat Jan 27 12:57 AM
CLARETS chairman Mike Garlick believes loyalty is a 'precious commodity' in football, which is why he is delighted to see Sean Dyche sign a new four-and-a-half year contract at Turf Moor.
- Sat Jan 27 12:57 AM
OUR Clarets jury discuss the big issues at Turf Moor every week and there was one subject this week. How big a boost is Sean Dyche's new four-and-a-half year contract?
- Fri Jan 26 3:46 PM
The Reds boss admits there is still a possibility one out-of-favour frontman could leave Anfield amid strong links to Inter, West Ham and Sevilla
- Fri Jan 26 1:56 AM
SEAN Dyche said the stability on offer to him at Turf Moor played a crucial part in convincing him to extend his stay at Burnley.
|I don't think he's got anything to prove, he might feel he has himself, I don't know, I've not really spoken to him about it,
I thought they were the better side overall, definitely on the creative side of the game,
There weren't too many positives, but Burnley-like in the sense we keep in there, and you never know,
What you could consider is a Monday game, for a bit more recovery,
Dyche said. What I'm really talking about is when you do the away games, because you're getting in at six in the morning and then you're playing again in two days.