Dundee have slapped a £1.5 million price-tag on striker and reported Rangers and Leeds United target Greg Stewart, according to The Scottish Sun.
The 26-year-old has just one more year to go on his contract with the Dark Blues and it has been suggested that the Scottish Premiership club would sell in order to avoid losing him for nothing this time next year on a Bosman.
Dundee director John Nelms said via The Evening Telegraph today that he intends to keep Stewart at the club, amid suggestions that his value is only £250,000.
However, The Scottish Sun says that the club would indeed sell up if they received an offer in the region of £1.5 million, with Rangers and Leeds lurking.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton is said to be a long-term fan of the striker, who scored nine goals last season, but it remains to be seen if he, or indeed anybody at the Whites, would stump up the cash needed to prise him away from Den Park.
Rangers may be keen on phasing out the aging, yet still useful, Kenny Miller, whose time as a prolific goalscorer must be waning.
Martyn Waghorn is the Gers' primary striker and Warburton may want stronger competition for him, if he intends on using Stewart - who has been used on the wing - up top.