The fee that Liverpool pay for Danny Ings may rise after the former Burnley man made his international debut last night, reports the Mirror.
Ings joined the Reds this summer after his contract with relegated Burnley expired but the Clarets are entitled to a fee as the Player is under 24 years of age.
However, the two clubs failed to agree a fee for the frontman and confirmed that the fee will set by a tribunal.
While the Lancashire side wanted £8m for their top scorer, then Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers didn’t want to pay more than £6m.
With Ings now having an England cap, Burnley will be hoping that the tribunal fee rises to an eight-figure fee.
Burnley currently sit sixth in the Sky Bet Championship after a strong start to the campaign, and Sean Dyche will hope to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt.
Getting a significant sum of money for Ings will undoubtedly help Burnley, and could help provide them with much needed transfer funds for the January transfer window.
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