Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with adding to their defence by signing Burnley's Kieran Trippier.
Trippier would be a bargain addition at that price, but for Tottenham his signing would ask more questions than it seemingly solves.
Spurs are not short at right-back, but signing Trippier would put England international Kyle Walker's place at risk. It would also lead to questions about the development of DeAndre Yedlin, with the USA star barely featuring since arriving at the club in January.
Eric Dier is also capable of playing at right-back too, so Spurs have depth; Trippier is a very interesting name to add to the mix.
He was a former Manchester City trainee, and left to pursue first team football, where he was able to carve out a reputation in the Championship as one of the best players outside the division before he helped Burnley get promoted.
Trippier played in all 38 games for Sean Dyche's Burnley this season, and can claim to be more battle-hardened as a result of a campaign with the now relegated strugglers.
His potential arrival has split fans, with a real mixed reaction. Here is a look at reaction on Twitter...
Trippier coming in would surely spell the end for Walker? Yedlin and Trippier a young RB duel I'd like to see. #COYS— No Kane No Gain (@Mishmoo5) May 25, 2015
Trippier had a really good season for Burnley. Young, quick, English, a warrior would be a great addition to the squad #COYS— M (@michaelc1961) May 25, 2015
Deal for Kieran Trippier almost complete? Decent squad player but not a first team starter imo. Atleast he has Prem experience #COYS— JTHFC (@JacobMTH) May 25, 2015
Trippier will be a great signing for Spurs. Gives Yedlin time to develop, no need to rush Walker back & Dier can focus on playing CB. #coys— Glen Gair (@glenericgair) May 25, 2015
Trippier is 24, not as good as Walker or Dier, makes no sense to me this rumour, especially when so many of you also rate Yedlin #COYS— DANNY THFC (@dannyspurs1882) May 25, 2015
Lots of Trippier news coming out, would be a great move. Think he would suit us and Poch could bring out his massive potential. #COYS— Jack Bell (@JackN17) May 25, 2015