Burnley have accepted a bid of £12m from Tottenham for striker Danny Ings, according to Daily Mail.
Ings’ contract expires at the beginning of July, with a number of clubs believed to be interested with Newcastle United and Liverpool being heavily linked.
Premier League rules dictate that Burnley would be entitled to compensation from any English team that makes a move and completes a deal for the striker.
And, it is understood that Spurs want to clinch a deal soon and don’t want to risk other teams signing him on a free transfer.
And, it is understood that a bid of £12m was accepted by Burnley on Wednesday evening.
The striker was the sole positive in a forgettable campaign for Burnley as he managed to grab 11 goals in his maiden Premier League season and was touted regularly for a call up the national side.