- 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
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?
- 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.
- 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.
|He took myself and Woany to watch Green Day. It was fantastic,
said Dyche. He's softening down to Green Day! Easing off to Green Day.
It's possible. He's a seasoned professional and knows his own body,
It's a healthy marker. It's not easy,
Dyche said. I always personally thought the hardest job in the game is being a striker.
They are certainly candidates to be spoken about. Corky as well, Ben Mee and Lowts are on the periphery, people mention their names,