According to the "Daily Mail" news, Leicester City will make a new offer for Tarkovsky in the next few days, and Burnley is preparing to sell the English defender for about 37 million pounds.
Due to being blocked when buying St Etienne defender Fofana, Leicester City once again turned its attention to Tarkovsky.
Burnley rejected Leicester City’s offer of £30 million plus bonus terms for Tarkovsky last week, and now reports claim that a £37 million offer would be enough to release Burnley.
Burnley is currently negotiating the transfer, and West Ham United is also interested in signing Tarkovsky.
Tarkovsky is considered to want to join Leicester City, after signing Castagne and Yundale, Rogers made the introduction of central defenders a priority.
And due to Endidi's injury absence, and Evans injured in the game with Manchester City, Leicester City's need for the central defender seems more urgent.