Burnley boss Sean Dyche admits that the club are monitoring Europe as the Clarets go in search of a new striker to replace the recently-sold Andre Gray.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has admitted that he is looking into the European market as the Premier League outfit go in search of a new striker.
The Clarets recently sold frontman Andre Gray to Watford for £18.5m, leading some reports to suggest that Burnley could now make a move for Deportivo La Coruna striker Florin Andone.
"We haven't got the support (scouting system) as some of the big clubs so when we do go into Europe it is important we have as much information as possible," said Dyche, according to Sky Sports News.
"There are certain situations we do have information on and there are certain situations we look at."
Dyche's men recently opened their new league campaign with a memorable 3-2 victory over champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
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