Aston Villa have reportedly inserted a release clause of £60m in the contract of Jack Grealish.
The Championship outfit saw off a number of bids in the summer before handing the playmaker a new contract, but that will not stop interest in the 23-year-old's signature.
Tottenham Hotspur have been heavily linked with an approach for the Englishman but according to The Mirror, Villa are unlikely to be prepared to negotiate over a fee.
The West Midlands club will have to meet FFP regulations if they do not earn promotion to the Premier League, but it appears that they will look to receive the figure set in Grealish's deal.
The academy graduate has contributed six goals and six assists in 31 outings at the second tier this season.