Peterborough United winger Siriki Dembele finds himself a wanted man ahead of the January transfer window having excelled in League One.
Dembele, 24, has tormented third-tier defences this season with his pace and trickery, whilst hitting five goals and five assists in 17 appearances.
Capable of playing in from the left flank or off the striker, Dembele looks be destined for a big move in the near future, and speculation surrounds his future.
The Chronicle claimed in November that Newcastle United are keen on signing Dembele, with Steve Bruce watching him in action against Crewe Alexandra.
TEAMtalk added just a week later that Celtic want him too, with his brother Karamoko already in the Parkhead ranks.
His form has tailed off in recent weeks, but Dembele remains a man in demand – and owner Darragh MacAnthony has again been feeling questions about him.
A Stoke City fan asked whether a rumour about the Potters bidding for Dembele was true, and just how much it would take to sell the speedy attacker.
MacAnthony responded with just two words, claiming it would take ‘a lot’ for him to sell Dembele, meaning Celtic, Newcastle and anyone else will have to dig deep to sign Dembele in January.