Reports have surfaced that Sean Dyche could look to depart Burnley this summer at the end of the season with the Clarets facing a financial crisis off the back of the coronavirus pandemic. Dyche has been with Burnley for seven and a half years and is set to secure Premier League status for a fifth successive season. But these unprecedented times have seen a real strain on Burnley’s finances, resulting in the failure to extend the contracts of key players such as Jeff Hendrick and Aaron Lennon. Phil Bardsley was released but then penned a one-year extension.
Sean Dyche said “I think the honest answer is that we’ve done a lot of work at Burnley. It’s how far you can keep the journey going, where it can go. So there’s a reality to that. It is a good place to work, I like the people I work for and with so that’s beneficial. I do have a reasonable say in quite a lot of the club. Not everything but in a lot of things. If the opportunity to come to somewhere that I thought would really enhance my chances as a manager to continue improving and continue testing myself, who knows?”
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