With Vincent Kompany now closer to leaving Burnley for Bayern Munich, an ‘internal revolution’ is expected at Turf Moor.

That’s reported by journalist Sacha Tavolieri, who claims that the Clarets have already started big changes for the summer.

It’s claimed that several departures should take place alongside Kompany’s. First with his assistants Floribert Ngagula and Mike Jackson both leaving Burnley for Bayern Munich as well.

Craig Bellamy is also set to leave, with goalkeeper coach Jelle ten Rouwelaar walking out for a move to Ajax.

Tavolieri also brings some major news on Burnley’s operation to replace Kompany. According to his report, one of the options is Andy Dawson from Hull City.

The 45-year-old has been working with the Tigers since 2019, taking his position as an assistant manager in the summer of 2022. Now with Liam Rosenior’s departure, he could be free to move to Burnley.

Tavolieri claims Bayern Munich and the Clarets will soon have a deal for Kompany’s move, and that’s when Burnley should start making their official efforts to replace the Belgian.