- Tue Sep 5 3:12 AM
rejected a £35m move to Chelsea to remain in limbo at Everton. According to former Burnley midfielder Joey Barton, Ross Barkley
wanted to speak to Chelsea's Antonio Conte about where he planned to play him, but the manager turned off his phone. For more on Barkley and Chelsea, check...
- Fri Sep 1 11:43 AM
EXCITING Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa has joined Benfica after seeing his move to Burnley collapse at the last minute. Inter Milan’s talented forward was tipped for a surprise move to Sean Dyche’s Premier League battlers. But Barbosa, nicknamed ‘Gabigol’, failed to secure a Turf Moor switch...
- Fri Sep 1 1:28 AM
SkySports Burnley have agreed a fee with Huddersfield for striker Nahki Wells, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News understands the 27-year-old, who recently underwent ankle surgery, will undergo a medical on Deadline Day ahead of a proposed move to Turf and more »
- Fri Sep 1 1:28 AM
SkySports Port Vale have signed Burnley defender Tom Anderson
on a season long-loan, the League Two side have announced. Anderson
has yet to feature in the first team for the Clarets and has previously been on loan at Barrow, Hyde, Halifax, Lincoln, Carlisle and and more »
|He had to sit and wait and work behind Ben (Mee) and Keano but he kept working, that's the key thing,
Dyche said of Tarkowski. Charlie Taylor is the next one. Nobody has really seen him yet but he's progressing. Nick Pope working beyond Robbo and Tom Heaton last season and progressing. It...
When I first got here I wanted to buy him, but we couldn't afford it,
Dyche said. It was £300, 000 and he went to Brentford.
Last season he wasn't even on the bench and I assured him 'you are moving forward, trust me, you are developing and moving forward',
Woody has a chance. We have been careful with that one. We'll make a decision (on Friday), he was out on the grass with us today,
Dyche said. Steven Defour looked good on recovery (on Thursday), probably due to his experience because he knows his body. It's settled down. So he comes back ...