Owen Coyle's future as Burnley manager will remain up in the air for another day after the club announced on Monday night that no decision on a possible move to Bolton will be made for another 24 hours.
Coyle met with Burnley chairman Barry Kilby at Turf Moor after it was reported that the clubs had agreed a compensation package of around £3million.
A statement from Burnley said: "Senior Burnley Football Club officials have, on Monday evening, held detailed talks with first team manager Owen Coyle over his future at Turf Moor."
The statement continued: "As a result of these talks over Coyle's future with his current employers, both parties have decided to take a further 24 hours to digest the information shared before making any further announcement.
"There will be no further comment during this time from Burnley Football Club or Owen Coyle."
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