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Four to Stay?

Kieran Trippier has a year remaining on his contract and is sure to attract interest this summer after catching the eye once again during an impressive promotion season. It is understood the club are quite rightly keen to retain his services with a reports that new contract talks are underway.

Meanwhile it looks like three players who are out of contract this summer could be staying if new contract terms can be agreed. Michael Duff, Junior Stanislas and Danny Lafferty are all out of contract this summer but could now be offered new terms according to local media reports. Duff looks set to be offered a 12 month deal and notch up his 11th season at Turf Moor. Another defender right back Luke O'Neill is thought to have had a one-year option in his current contract activated whilst news is awaited on terms offered to Stanislas and Lafferty

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Date:Tuesday May 6 2014

Time: 12:29PM

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Can someone remind me how O'Neill spent this season? And does anyone know whether the expected contract extension is being activated by him or by the club? I would have to say that I would not have seen him one likely to be retained.
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08/05/2014 08:05:00

Now confirmed on Official Site that long-serving Michael Duff and fellow defenders Daniel Lafferty and Luke O’Neill, along with midfielder Junior Stanislas, have all been offered contract extensions to their Turf Moor careers
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18/05/2014 10:44:00

CP in relation to O'Neill's loans last seasn-He signed for League Two club York City on a 28-day emergency loan on 4 October 2013. O'Neill's loan was then extended until 4 January 2014. He was recalled by Burnley a day early on 3 January 2014 to be part of the squad for their FA Cup match against Southampton. He had made 16 appearances and scored one goal for York. On 17 January 2014, O'Neill signed for League Two side Southend United on a 30-day emergency loan before returnng to Turf Moor. He picked up an injury towards end of season. Not sure who activated what in contract??
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