Manchester United defender Phil Jones is reportedly worried that he could miss out on a move to Burnley amid talks of a potential takeover.
The Clarets barely spent on new signings during the summer and that has proved costly as they are currently rooted to the bottom of the table.
Furthermore, it was suggested that Jones, who is recovering after a knee surgery, could be a cost-cut option to replace the England international at the Clarets.
According to The Star, the Clarets are currently in talks over a potential takeover worth £200m and should the move go through, they won’t face the necessity to sell Tarkowski for transfer funds.
In such a case, Jones is said to be worried that he could miss out on the opportunity of reviving his Premier League career with Burnley and may have to drop to the Championship.