Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier wants to end his career at Burnley and insists he would only return to England to play for Sean Dyche’s side
Kieran Trippier played at the very best level with Tottenham, England and Atletico The full-back says he wants to return to Turf Moor to conclude his play days Trippier says he could remain with Atletico for an additional two years, taking him to 32 the Britain star had a powerful debut campaign with the Spanish outfit.
Kieran Trippier has revealed he wants to retire at Burnley and would only return to the Premier League to play at Turf Moor under Sean Dyche.
The 29-year-old England international is currently playing for Atletico Madrid in Spain and has impressed under Diego Simeone since joining the club last summer from Tottenham.
Trippier spent four years at White Hart Lane has developed into one among the Premier League’s best full-backs during a similar-length spell at Burnley.
Several English clubs have an interest in Trippier, especially Burnley, where he spent four seasons, British media reported, stating that English national team player has already started trying to find a house in Burnley.
Trippier wants to maneuver to a club that might guarantee him tons of minutes so as to stay the status of the English national team player, which is going to be difficult for him if he stays at Atletico.
Trippier told the Burnley Express: “I needed to be playing as high as I can for as long as I could.
Dyche frequently refers to having no favorite players except Trippier and it’s clear the sensation is mutual, with the Bury-born defender revealing he has spoken to the Burnley boss twice every week since leaving the club in 2015.