Premier League strugglers Burnley have been forced to consider other alternatives after they were priced out of a move for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson, according to Football Insider.
The Clarets wanted to sign Harry Wilson from Liverpool but that would no longer be possible after the Premier League champions demanded £15m for the Welsh international.
Harry Wilson, 23, is back at Liverpool after his loan spell in the South Coast with Bournemouth who were relegated from the Premier League last term.
The Welsh player scored seven league goals for the Cherries but it was unable to save the club from relegation.
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In the penultimate season, Harry Wilson had a very good loan spell at Derby County in the English Championship.
He worked well under Frank Lampard who would go on to become the Chelsea manager after one year with Derby County.
Apart from Burnley, Newcastle United were also interested in Harry Wilson but that move has cooled off in recent times.
Burnley and Sean Dyche have started the season poorly and they need serious reinforcements. They were interested in a loan deal for Harry Wilson, while Liverpool will only sanction a permanent deal.
The Clarets have zero point after three defeats from as many games at the start of this season.