The relegated club need a new manager and will lose several players this summer, but keeping their captain Ben Mee is crucial
Certainties at Turf Moor are few and far between. The fact they will start next season in the second tier after their defeat against Newcastle on Sunday consigned them to the Championship after six years in the Premier League is about the only thing Burnley know for sure.
They have no manager, nine players are out of contract this summer, their academy is at risk of being downgraded and they have the small matter of needing to pay back “a significant proportion” of a £65m loan owner ALK Capital took out when buying the club.
Written by Will Unwin
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