Stoke City continue to be linked with a move for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes this summer.
The Potters are believed to be interested in signing the 24-year-old this summer, if reports north of the border are to be believed.
Glasgow Rangers are also been tipped to make a move for the forward who has scored 12 goals in 33 appearances this term.
Dykes is the latest player from the Scottish game linked with Stoke, following Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove, Dundee United goalscorer Lawrence Shankland and Hamilton left back Scott McMann.
That speculation is no great surprise because Stoke boss Michael O’Neill has said he will be looking in Scotland to strengthen his squad.
So what is the current market value of the Dykes, and would Stoke be getting their moneys worth if they were to sign him?
According to Transfermarkt, Dykes is currently valued at just £428,000, which is significantly lower than the players currently at the bet365 Stadium.
Sam Vokes is valued at £2.16m, while youngster Tyrese Campbell is slightly higher with a £2.88m valuation.
Dykes’ highest valuation was £540k, which was recorded in February, but that has since decreased by more than £100k, likely due to the recent suspension caused by the coronavirus.
Transfermarkt decreased the market value of all players following the suspension, with some players receiving a 20 per cent drop, while others had a 10 per cent decrease.