The Everton player was just awful in that first-half, wasn't he!?
If you're a young English player with plenty of Premier League experience and in good form, it's more than likely there will be a hefty price-tag slapped on you.
We've seen it with Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane in recent months, and now we've seen it with Everton and England defender John Stones.
The Toffees centre-back has been in fine form for Roberto Martinez's side for most of the season and it hasn't gone unnoticed by some big teams.
Reports in the Daily Mail this weekend suggest that Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester City and Chelsea are all linked with a £50million move for the 21-year-old.
However, after his first-half performance against Swansea City at Goodison Park, we're not entirely sure he quite lives up to that price-tag.
His pretty shocking back-pass to Tim Howard but the goalkeeper under all sorts of pressure, and lead to the American giving away a penalty. Things got worse for him when Andre Ayew's shot took a deflection off him and gave Swansea a 2-1 lead.
A few misplaced passes later and fans took to Twitter to question is he really worth £50million and here are some of the best tweets:
What's happen with £50m John Stones?— Alejandro #MANDM (@ManLikeOzil11) January 24, 2016
John Stones £50m they'd be lucky to get £5 on this display #EFCvSWA— Gareth Edwards (@gazed2202) January 24, 2016
John Stones with a goal and an assist. At £50m, he's a snip!— Jonny Singer (@Jonny_Singer) January 24, 2016
Everton should snap up the £50m for John Stones quick sharp. Looks good for at least one opposition goal every game with his fannying around— Andy MacKenzie (@theandymac65) January 24, 2016
Lol, how is John Stones worth £50m. He's terrible #EFCvSWA— Steve Walton (@stevenwalton112) January 24, 2016
Imagine thinking John Stones is worth 50m— glen (@GlenNotGlenn) January 24, 2016
See, John Stones at fault again. How is he worth £50m!?!?— The LFC Community (@LFCCommunity) January 24, 2016
Top Corner (@HITCtopcorner) January 24, 2016