SEAN DYCHE’S name is on the radar of Premier League rivals — who are waiting to see if the financial crunch spikes his plans.
Clarets manager Dyche is performing miracles at Turf Moor but alarming reports about the club running low on funds has sparked chatter.
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The amazing job done by Dyche at Burnley marks him down as one of the top English managers — and if the merry-go-round turns he is tipped for a call.
Aston Villa would be a tempting move for Dyche if they avoid relegation.
And Crystal Palace have long been admirers and will need a successor for Roy Hodgson eventually.
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Dyche, though, is staying focuced on the Clarets – and demanding his players do the same.
He said last week: “We’ve told players to make sure mentally you’re staying locked in, make sure your prime thought, other than health, is that we’re going to come back.
“We want them to stay engaged with it because when it comes around the likelihood is there will only be a short ‘pre-season’ to get ready and we want to be mentally ready.
“It might be a different season, behind closed-doors and stuff but it will still be a real season. It means a lot so therefore we have to be ready to take i
Meanwhile, Eagles chief Hodgson will have talks with the club’s medical staff.
The 72-year-old is in the ‘at risk’ category due to his age but wants exemption from the stay at home rule.
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