If Premier League clubs want to bring him back to England, the EX-SPURS star Kieran Trippier will cost £20million. The right-back, 29, joined Atletico Madrid for an estimated fee of £20 m last summer. But teams back home have their sights on him for the next season, after impressing in LaLiga.
The defender of England searched out potential new homes in his northwest before a possible return.
Old Burnley club would be happy to have him back. But his price tag certainly looks like a stumbling block in a possible return.
An investigation into betting claims against Trippier must also be concluded before a move can proceed anywhere.
The right-back revealed that last summer, he decided to leave Spurs in a bid to play more frequently-and to keep his place in the England squad where there is intense competition. He told the Burnley Express: “For as long as I could I needed to be playing as high as possible.
Many English clubs are interested in Trippier, notably Burnley, where he spent four seasons, British media reported, reporting that the English national team player has already begun looking for a house in Burnley.
To maintain the status of the English national team player, Trippier wants to move to a club that would guarantee him a lot of minutes and that will be difficult for him if he stays at the Atletico.
Trippier told the Burnley Express: “For as long as I could I needed to be playing as high as I could.
Kieran Trippier announced that he wants to retire in England and will only come back to play in the Premier League.
The 29-year-old England international is currently playing in Spain for Atletico Madrid and has been inspired by Diego Simeone since joining the club from Tottenham last summer.