Burnley has begun the search for Kompany's replacement and has held talks with the first candidates

Football news 29 may 2024, 03:53
Yasmine Green Dailysports's expert Yasmine Green
Burnley has begun the search for Kompany's replacement and have held talks with the first candidates Burnley has begun the search for Kompany's replacement and have held talks with the first candidates

Despite the fact that it is too early to talk about Vincent Kompany's departure from the post of Burnley's head coach and the Belgian's move to Bayern Munich, the English club has already started to prepare for the probable departure of the specialist and began to search for his replacement.

According to The Athletic, former Swansea and Nottingham Forrest head coach Steve Cooper was considered as Kompany's successor at Burnley. However, the 44-year-old turned down the position already at the Championship club, awaiting offers from English Premier League clubs.

Earlier it was reported that the Belgian coach wants to lead Bayern and has already reached a compromise with the German club on his employment. But, so far, the consensus cannot be reached by the clubs themselves. It was known that Burnley asked for 20 million euros for Kompany, but soon it was reported that the clubs agreed on the amount of 12 million euros.

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