Leicester City’s in form England striker has had a £15million price tag attached to him by the Foxes hierarchy, after reported interest from both Tottenham and Liverpool, according to The Daily Star.
Vardy has scored eight goals in consecutive games for the Foxes over the last few months, and it’s form like this that will no doubt be attracting plenty of potential buyers.
The former non-league striker has also broken into the England squad, and has made four appearances for the Three Lions so far, all of them this year.
Leicester bought Vardy from Fleetwood for £1million back in 2012, and the 28-year-old striker has more than repaid that investment so far, especially this season with 10 goals in all competitions so far.
The frontman has a good chance of breaking into the 2016 England squad for the European Championships next summer, especially with Arsenal legend Ian Wright comparing him to former Italian hero Toto Schillachi last week.
Despite the hefty nature of this price tag, it remains to be seen whether it will deter potential buyers after Vardys explosive start to the season.