Clarets Boss Wanted in Europe
According to national media reports, Burnley manager Sean Dyche is heading up a list to take over as the new manager of Juventus in the summer. The bianconeri are looking for a new coach after its been reported Massimilliano Allegri will accept Arsenal’s offer to be their new manager at the end of this season.
Juventus are looking at a young hungry manager and Sean Dyche fits the bill after his successful season at premier league mid table club Burnley. Its been reported that Sean Dyche has been taking lessons in Spanish and Italian to boost his CV.
If he does leave Burnley in the summer then the club will be due £3.5m in compensation with his contract due to end in the summer of 2018. Juventus are also looking at Luciano Spalletti of Roma, Paolo Sousa of Fiorentina and Real Madrid coach Zinadene Zidane.