Born in Madrid, the goalkeeper has previously played for Manchester City, as well as local rivals Blackburn Rovers.
The Spaniard is talented at a number of sports, holding a swimming record in the butterfly class, as well as being the Manchester U15’s table tennis champion.
Aghayere’s consistent performances have been rewarded with a call up to the Development Squad where he made two appearances in his first year at the club.
In March 2016, the Spaniard joined local Non-League club Colne until the end of the season.
The goalkeeper helped the Reds lift the Northern Premier League Division One North title, before signing new terms in May 2016.
And he rejoined Colne at the start of the 2016/17 season on an open-ended loan agreement.
Burnley signed AFC Wimbledon teenager Dan Agyei on a long-term contract in August, 2015.
The 18-year-old burst on to the scene with the Dons’, scoring 35 times for the club’s U18 and U21 sides.
Agyei, who featured against the Clarets in the 2014/15 FA Youth Cup, had been expected to make the rise to first team football at Kingsmeadow, but the Clarets swooped to beat a host of club to his signature.
In July 2017, he made his full debut in the pre-season friendly game at Bradford City, and later that month he joined League One Coventry City on loan until January 2017.
Former Everton teenager Arlen Birch joined the Clarets on a one-year contract in September 2015.
The 19-year-old right-back, who had spent the previous month on trial at Turf Moor, linked-up with Michael Jolley’s Development squad after spending eight years at the Merseyside club.
The defender comes with good pedigree, being capped at U16 and U18 level for England, as well as being a U18-Premier League winner.
In April 2016, the full-back extended his Turf Moor stay for a further 12 months.
The former Manchester United defender joined the Clarets in July, 2016, on a two-year deal with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.
Dunne, who joined United’s Belfast Academy aged 10, represented the illustrious St Kevin’s Boys Club, who have helped produced some fine talent in the likes of Stephen Carr, Ian Harte and more recently Robbie Brady.
The Dundalk-born centre-back also captained his hometown in Northern Ireland’s Milk Cup.
Ginnelly joined the club's Development Squad from Shrewsbury Town in August, 2015,agreeing a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
While still, a youth teamer at Greenhous Meadow, the exciting young winger was delighted to be handed his Football League debut, aged 17, as a late substitute in the 2-0 home victory over Luton in August, 2014.
He had previously been on the bench for the final game of the 2013-14 League One season at Gillingham without being called upon.
Ginnelly, who made three appearance for Shrewsbury, was part of the Aston Villa Academy before joining Town as a scholar.
The winger joined National League club Altrincham in January 2016, on a one month's youth loan.
Ginnelly impressed in his initial loan to Alty, scoring three times in five outings, as the winger's loan was extended until the end of the season.
In July 2017, he made his full debut in the Clarets' pre-season friendly game at Bradford City, and spent until January 2017 on loan at Walsall.
Free agent George Green, 20, joined the Clarets in January 2016 on a short-term deal.
The highly-rated striker, who joined Everton from Bradford City in 2011, signed an initial six-month contract at Turf Moor, after impressing on trial.
Green, a former England U18 international, scored a hat-trick for the Clarets’ Development Squad in a friendly at Loughborough University soon after joining.
The forward impressed in his first five months at Turf Moor, and he was rewarded with new terms to keep him with the Clarets.
And in August, 2016, he joined Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock on a six-month loan.
Hendrie joined the Clarets’ Development Squad in August 2015, joining from Derby County after leaving Manchester United at the age of 18.
Hendrie, who is the son of former Middlesbrough and Bradford City winger John, singed a one-year contract.
After some impressive displays for the Development Squad, the versatile defender joined Hartlepool United in October on a one-month loan, making three appearances.
The defender then joined League Two club York City in January 2016 on a one month loan, before the loan was extended until the end of the season.
While on loan at the Minstermen, Hendrie signed a new 18-month contract at Turf Moor.
And in August, 2016, the defender joined Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock on loan until the New Year, later extending that loan until the summer of 2017.
Blackpool-born Christian, a member of the Youth Team in the 2012/13 season, previously played for Manchester United U10s.
The winger’s performances for the youth team and Development Squad were rewarded with another deal at the club ahead of the 2015/16 season.
Bradley came to prominence as part of the Clarets Youth team that beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in the 2012/13 season. He also appeared in the following round at Manchester City.
The Manchester-born wide man previously played for Wilmslow Town. Jackson’s consistent performances for both youth team and Development Squad, including training with the first team, has been rewarded with new terms at the club.
Jackson made his first senior appearance in a Burnley shirt in a pre-season friendly at Rangers and then St. Mirren in July 2015, before being an unused sub against Port Vale and Birmingham.
The winger signed a new deal in December 2015.
Young midfielder Robbie Leitch joined the club in June 2016 on a free transfer.
The former Motherwell man, 18, has signed a two-year at Turf Moor with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.
Leitch, the son of former Motherwell and Swindon midfielder Scott, helped 'Well to their first ever Scottish Youth Cup with a goal in the 5-2 victory over Hearts back in April at Hampden Park.
The Swindon-born man followed in his father’s footsteps earlier in his career when he represented North Lanarkshire in the International Children’s Games.
A 6ft 3" striker whose previous clubs include Manchester United and Manchester City.
Born in Tottenham, Massanka also played for Greater Manchester Boys at U15 and U16 level.
The striker has been prolific at all levels up to the senior team and, following a stunning start to the 2015/16 season - when the striker scored a remarkable 16 goals in 14 starts - the forward signed a new deal in December, 2015.
Massanka then joined League Two side York City in January, 2016 for the remainder of the campaign, but the loan was cut short after two months.
And in August, 2017 he joined Morecambe on loan until January, 2017, when he linked up with Wrexham for the remainder of the season.
Pacy striker Metz, who has been capped by the Republic of Ireland Under-19s, will be looking to push on after accpeting new terms with the Clarets in the summer of 2016.
Metz (18), who smashed Darren Campbell’s 20-year school record in the 200 metre sprint, will now continue his progression in the club's Development Squad.
To further progress his career, he joined Altrincham on a six-month work-experience loan in August 2016.
Northern Ireland goalkeeper Conor Mitchell initially signed a two-year Youth Team scholarship in 2012.
Mitchell has been a regular for the Northern Ireland U-19’s and helped the Green and White Army win the Milk Cup beating Mexico in a heated game in Coleraine.
Conor, who has since played for the U21s, put pen-to-paper a one-year professional deal in 2014.
Although he has completed his scholarship, the stopper still represented the Youth Team in the 2014/15 season, as goalkeepers have special dispensation until their 19th birthday.
After impressing playing for the Youth Team and Development Squad, the goalkeeper was offered a new deal for the 2015/16 season; again extending his deal further in December, 2015, after making the first team bench at Middlesbrough.
The goalkeeper then joined Bradford Park Avenue in January, 2016 on a one month youth loan, competing for the shirt with former Claret Jon Stewart, before joining his old club Sheffield FC the following month.
In July 2017, Conor made his full debut in the pre-season game at Bradford City.
Powerful centre half Taofiq Olomowewe joined the Clarets in March 2016.
The 6ft 3” defender, 19, signed until the summer of 2017 after impressing on trial, andd will link-up with the Development Squad.
Originally from Brisbane, Australia, the midfielder now resides in Colne!
Aiden previously played for Brisbane Athletic before making the trip to England.
The Australian's long awaited international clearance was finally granted in the summer of 2015, following a frustrating spell training and playing with the Development Squad.
The midfielder signed his first professional deal in January 2016, and has since trained and travelled with the first team, including a full debut in pre-season in Evian in July, 2016.
He followed that up by making his Premier League debut, as a substitute against Liverpool at Turf Moor, in August 2016.
RJ joined the club in is July 2017 as a second year scholar, from a college programme in London.
The Croydon-born striker, who has no Academy background, had a trial with the Clarets at the back end of the 2015/16 season and scored a hat-trick.
Young forward Jamie Thomas joined the Development Squad on on a free transfer in June 2016.
The former Bolton Wanderers man, 19, signed a two-year deal with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.
Thomas, a Wales U19 international, appeared twice on the substitutes’ bench in the Sky Bet Championship last season for Bolton Wanderers against Hull City and Cardiff City.
And in August 2016, he joined Scottish side Ayr United on loan and returned to Turf Moor in January, 2017.
Geordie centre-half joined the Clarets in 2012 as a first-year scholar signing a two-year deal.
Whitmore was named Pashley’s captain for the Youth Team in his second season and the tall defender revelled in his new role and was rewarded with a professional deal in 2014.
Whitmore has made a number of appearances for the Development Squad alongside first-team players and current Development Squad captain, Tom Anderson.
The centre-back came on leaps and bounds in the 2014/15 season, displaying outstanding performances on regular occasions, rewarding himself another contract for the 2015/16 campaign, before travelling with the first team to Scotland in July 2015.
Whitmore joined Vanarama National League side Chester in November 2015 on a one-month youth loan, before joining Gateshead in January for the remainder of the 2015/16 season.
The centre-back featured 19 times for the Heed, and his performances rewarded the defender with a new contract for the 2016/17 season.
In August 2016, Alex then joined League Two Morecambe on loan until January, 2017.
Midfielder Freddy Yao joined the Clarets in March 2016 until the summer of 2018.
Yao, 18, completed his scholarship at Stoke City before joining the Clarets as a free agent after impressing on trial.
The central midfielder, who scored as a trialist in a 10-1 victory over Georgetown University, will link up with the Development Squad.