Former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is said to be one of three candidates in the running to succeed Roy Hodgson as Crystal Palace manager next season.
Lampard, a Chelsea legend, was fired from his role as manager at Stamford Bridge at the end of January, after leading the Blues since the start of the 2019-20 season.
According to Football Insider, Dyche and Celtic-linked Howe are the front-runners, with Lampard already third in line for Steve Parish.
Both the Burnley manager and the ex-Bournemouth manager have spoken with Palace, and the club is supposed to meet with Frank Lampard about taking over from Hodgson.
Despite having to work with a transfer ban over the club, Lampard led the Blues to a fourth-place finish in his first season in charge.