There are fears that English Premier League side Liverpool have met the first deal that seems unaffordable for them especially after leaning the asking price.
The Red Devils are reported to have made an attempt to secure the signature of James Tarkowski on loan for the next six month and were told by his Burnley owners that they will have to pay the sum of £50 million for that.
This seems too ambiguous a fee and there are fears it could be unaffordable for the Reds to pay owing to the fact that they have got big quality as well in their team while they will not be having the Burnley player on a permanent deal.
Although, the manager Jurgen Klopp side are dip in defensive crisis as Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip are already out to injury which makes Virgil Van Dikj as the only natural central defender available.
Reports according to The Sun hint that Liverpool approached Burnley for James Tarkowski in order to solve their defensive crisis for a while but met an unimaginable response from the side.
It is therefore unsure if the Reds will be able to lay down £50 million for the signature of James Tarkowski with suggestions that he does not worth the price.