RANGERS have ended transfer talks with Burnley winger Chris Eagles after refusing to meet the player's wage demands - and are also resigned to losing Kevin Thomson to Middlesbrough today.
BURNLEY boss Brian Laws will hold talks with Chris Eagles today after the club accepted a "substantial" bid from Rangers for the winger.
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BURNLEY captain Steven Caldwell is among four senior players not to have been offered a new deal by the relegated club.
STEVEN Fletcher is in no hurry to leave Burnley even though the club are returning to the second tier after one season in the Barclays Premier League.
FULHAM'S progress to the Europa League final has given relegated Burnley an unexpected boost. Should Roy Hodgson's side lift the trophy they would qualify as holders next season, meaning Burnley would be in pole position in the Fair Play League.
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BURNLEY chief executive Paul Fletcher has hit back at comments allegedly made by Clarets midfielder Joey Gudjonsson by insisting the dressing room at Turf Moor is "totally united."
GRAHAM Alexander scored two penalties as Burnley came from behind to claim their first away win of the season and boost their slim hopes of Barclays Premier League survival.
BURNLEY manager Brian Laws has confirmed Kevin McDonald will be included in the squad travelling to Hull tomorrow after the midfielder was fined for leaving Turf Moor without permission at half-time during last weekend's 6-1 defeat to Manchester City.
Walter Smith hints he's set to remain at Rangers, Larsson not ready for Parkhead hotseat and Celtic fans plan away-day boycott - all this and more in today's Rumour Mill.
EMMANUEL Adebayor scored twice as Manchester City closed in on a Champions League slot in devastating style at Turf Moor.