Vincent Kompany stays loyal to Burnley and signs new contract despite Chelsea interest

However, he has now committed his future to the Clarets until 2028 after being connected with a number of Premier League openings, including Chelsea and Tottenham

The Belgian said: “It felt appropriate to sign for the next five years because Burnley and Turf Moor felt right pretty much from the start.

“With the support of the supporters, we have reclaimed Turf Moor as a fortress, and we continue to look forward to the future and the task of improving Burnley with each step.”

Following the club’s relegation to the Championship last summer, Sean Dyche was replaced by Vincent Kompany, who has since changed the team’s playing style and led them to the Championship title.

If the Clarets defeat Cardiff in the season’s last match on Monday, they would have earned 100 points, the most ever in the club’s 140-year history. Alan Pace, the chairman, continued, “We are thrilled Vincent has signed a new deal.

He is a wonderful match for how Burnley Football Club should proceed, in our opinion. “A remarkable leader, raising the bar constantly and guiding our club to the heights we all aspire to.”

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