From the Premier League side, Atletico Madrid is allegedly demanding for a £20 m offer to shield Kieran Trippier.
The former Tottenham Hotspur man joined Diego Simeone last summer and has had an impressive campaign in La Liga since his arrival in the Spanish capital.
Last summer the former Tottenham Hotspur man joined Diego Simeone and since his arrival in the Spanish capital he had an imposing campaign.
Trippier’s results have reportedly contributed to interest on the part of a number of Premier League clubs, but Atletico is not ready to part ways with the right-back on the cheap.
La Liga had paid £20 million they paid for England International last year and now it plans to recover the whole amount because of the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to The Sun.
The report claims that a return to Burnley could be on the cards for a 29-year-old who recently made headlines after being charged with an alleged infringement of the betting rules.
Tripper was in headlines recently for bring charged with an ostensible contravention of the betting rules.
Trippier made 19 appearances in Spain’s top flight, registering three assists, during the 2019-20 campaign.