Leicester City have reportedly been told that they will have to pay £20m if they want to sign defender Jonny Evans.
Since joining West Bromwich Albion in 2015, Evans has impressed in the centre of defence, making 61 Premier League appearances during his time at The Hawthorns.
His consistent form has led to interest from other clubs, and it has previously been claimed that Leicester want the Northern Ireland international to make the switch across the Midlands.
However, according to the Leicester Mercury, the Foxes will only be able to hold discussions with the 29-year-old if they make an offer of £20m.
Leicester have already paid £17m to sign Hull City's Harry Maguire, so it comes as little surprise that the Baggies are seemingly demanding a higher fee for an established international and who has previously made 196 appearances for Manchester United.
Evans has recently suggested that he would be open to playing abroad at some stage in his career.