Burnley are hoping that Danny Ings transfer fee can be agreed before Christmas, according to the Mail Online.
The twenty-three year old moved to Liverpool in the summer after his contract expired, though the Clarets are due a fee due to his age.
The clubs could not agree a figure at the time, so the price will be decided at a tribunal.
Ings is in line to make his England debut against Lithuania in the final round of European qualifiers this evening, and his inclusion could drive the valuation up to the £12m that was offered by Tottenham Hotspur in May.
The Winchester born forward has made eight appearances for Liverpool this season, scoring the goals while he netted forty-three times in one hundred and thirty games for Burnley.
England have won nine from nine in qualifying so far and can be backed at 2/5 to take all three points from their final match.