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Criteria for the future Burnley manager become obvious amid Ruud van Nistelrooy links.
The Clarets are seeking a well-known manager to succeed Vincent Kompany at Turf Moor.


Ruud van Nistelrooy and Carlos Corberan are in the running for Burnley’s manager position, with international experience a consideration.
Van Nistelrooy has coaching experience with PSV, and Corberan led West Brom to the Championship play-offs.
Lampard, Moyes, and Rosenior are all out of the running for Burnley, leaving room for a third choice.
According to writer Sacha Tavolieri, Burnley are looking for a highly regarded former player to fill the managerial vacancy left by Vincent Kompany.

The Clarets continue to look for a replacement for the Belgian after he resigned to become Bayern Munich manager last month, having received many of praises during his time in command at Turf Moor.

Tavolieri goes on to add that former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy is still in contention for the post, as well as West Bromwich Albion head Carlos Corberan.

The social media post also mentions that a third choice is being explored, however the identity of that candidate has yet to be released.

Ruud van Nistelrooy and Carlos Corberan are among the frontrunners for the Burnley post.

Van Nistelrooy is the latest candidate to be connected with the vacant managerial role at the Clarets, after leaving Real Madrid to lead PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

The 47-year-old had a strong season in command of the Eredivisie in 22/23, as his side finished second to Champions Feyenoord, and he concluded with a 68% win percentage across all competitions.

According to Tavolieri’s post on X, the Clarets are currently looking for a new boss that meets the following criteria:

#BurnleyFC is still looking for “a name” and “an ex-player with international experience”… Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Carlos Corber├ín, and an unannounced possibility were mentioned in the final hours. Wait&See. #twitterclarets”

The concept of going for a high-profile figure with international experience clearly succeeded in the instance of Kompany, with the Belgian winning 29 of his 46 Championship matches during their victorious 22/23 season, albeit he struggled to replicate that in the top level.

The Clarets were well-known for their offensive style during their previous EFL campaign, and whomever is in charge will be hoping for an immediate return to the Premier League at the conclusion of the season.




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