Norwich City are hoping to deter suitors from Nathan Redmond, by putting a £15 million price tag on him, report The Mirror.
Yet this could turn out to be a good price for a player who has shone at England under-21 level, and has been impressive in the Premier League this campaign.
The 21-year-old has scored four goals and provided two assists this season, and looks at home in the top flight.
Tottenham Hotspur in particular should look at signing the winger, who has played alongside striker Harry Kane for England's under-21s.
They are ready to cut ties with Andros Townsend, who has been demoted to the club's under-21 side over the past month, and is desperate to clinch a move away from the club to salvage his England place at Euro 2016.
Redmond would be a quality replacement, with the potential to go on and become a senior Three Lions star himself, and moving to Spurs could help him achieve this, especially if he would have the opportunity to shine in the Champions League next season.
£15 million is a sizeable amount, but if Spurs detract whatever fee they can get for Townsend, then this will be drastically reduced.
Chairman Daniel Levy may not like dictated to regarding a price for a young talent, but Redmond would really add to the young English core of players at Tottenham, and be an excellent fit.