Burnley FC: what the media are saying

Burnley's Danny Ings, centre, celebrates scoring the opening goal with team-mates Scott Arfield, left, and George Boyd ''Photographer: Chris Vaughan/CameraSport''Football

Burnley's Danny Ings, centre, celebrates scoring the opening goal with team-mates Scott Arfield, left, and George Boyd ''Photographer: Chris Vaughan/CameraSport''Football

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The headlines from around the Internet featuring the Clarets and their players:

HITC Sport - HITC Sport understands Burnley and Celtic are among the clubs weighing up a move for Rodolph Austin following his release at Elland Road.

getwestlondon - Mark Warburton has revealed he called on his old Watford colleagues to give his Brentford squad advice ahead of their Championship run-in. The Bees manager worked with Malky Mackay, Brendan Rodgers and Sean Dyche while he was at Watford and regularly keeps in touch with them.

sbs:the world gam - With Danny Ings set to depart Burnley when his contract runs out at the end of the season, team-mate Scott Arfield concedes the forward will be ‘sorely missed’.

Daily Mail - Burnley are poised to revive their interest in Nottingham Forest’s Henri Lansbury.

football411 - Burnley chief executive Lee Hoos insists there is no need to overhaul Sean Dyche’s squad despite relegation and has offered his full backing to the manager.

Daily Mail - Liverpool are confident Burnley’s Danny Ings will choose them ahead of Real Sociedad and Manchester United but the striker is still to give a definitive answer.

HITC Sport - Burnley’s Danny Ings or QPR’s Charlie Austin – Which striker is the best option this summer?

Sports Mole - Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield has admitted that he expects Danny Ings to leave the club at the end of the season.

Interenational Business Times - Burnley have warned rival clubs that the relegation side are under no financial pressure to sell their best players as rumours circulate that Liverpool are preparing to agree a deal to sign Danny Ings.

Vital Football - Scott Arfield has backed Burnley to finish our season in the Premier League on a high and then take that into our Championship campaign next season so we can have a real stab again at promotion.

Sky Sports - Scott Arfield is confident that Burnley can make an immediate return to the Premier League but admits Danny Ings will be a big miss if he leaves.

BBC Sport - Colwyn Bay have appointed former Burnley winger Ashley Hoskin as their new manager following the resignation of Gus Williams.

Sports Mole - Newcastle United are reportedly interested in signing Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton.

Clarets Mad - News has filtered through in the last few days of former Burnley players being released from their clubs but there has also been some positive news for one ex-Claret today with Jay Rodriguez signing a new deal with Southampton.

Liverpool Echo - Agreement is a rarity when it comes to transfers at the best of times, but Liverpool’s strong interest in Danny Ings really has divided the Reds fanbase. As always when a player is linked, there is no middle ground – the move is either a stroke of genius or an obvious mistake.

Eat Sleep Sport - Sean Dyche is aiming to add to his under contract players at Burnley this summer to try and seal a quick return to the Premier League.

Daily Star - LIVERPOOL have won the race to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings, reports say.

SBS: the world game - Burnley manager Sean Dyche says he has ‘no regrets’ over the way the club conducted its transfer business ahead of this season.

The Times - Burnley are confident that Sean Dyche will remain as manager next season despite the club’s relegation from the Barclays Premier League, which was confirmed on Saturday.

The Sport Quotient - Burnley, perhaps inevitably, but defiantly nonetheless, was relegated from the Premier League on Saturday with two games left to play. Sean Dyche cut a disappointed figure after his side’s fate was sealed, but when you look at the numbers, it’s a wonder it lasted even this long.

HITC Sport - Why Burnley’s Sean Dyche could be the perfect manager for Newcastle United

HITC Sport - Trippier is sure to leave Burnley this summer, and West Ham should be at the front of the queue for his signature.