Trippier remains isolated at home, like the rest of Atlético de Madrid’s teammates, and has granted an interview for the Burnley Express, where remember his time with the city team, where he was between 2011 and 2015 (in the first year he was appointed Player of the Year), until he left for Tottenham. And it also counts how his career is planned, first his time at Atleti and then his path to retirement. “I would love to retire there. That’s my goal, to retire at Burnley. I have a great relationship with Sean Dyche. “ Explain. Dyche has been the coach of Burnley since 2012, so he coincided with Trippier for three seasons and since then they have been very close friends. “I have spoken to him a few times a week since I left Burnley. I always have. We have a great relationship,” he confesses. “We are in contact all the time about family, football … He still makes me feel bad to take me back! Someday it will surely happen, I will play for them 100% again … “, says Trippier, who looks beyond: “After that, I would start my training as a coach and would love to train at Burnley.. I would love to go wherever Sean Dyche goes because I have a great relationship with him. “Trippier, however, is right now key piece at Atlético de Simeone. The Briton fell on his feet at the club and, from the preseason, He has earned the confidence of the coach, who has used him in 26 games (they are no more for the pubic operation), and the love of the hobby. The 29-year-old winger looks to the future and how he would like it to be: “I want to play as high as I can for as long as I can, but I will know when the time is right. If I’m in Atleti for another two years, that will take me to 32 years old (he will be in September 2022) and Burnley is the only club I would return to England “.