Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper has said that it would take a large fee for prized player Nathan Thompson to leave the County Ground, reports BBC Sport.
Thompson who signed a two-year contract last summer is in high demand with both Leeds and League One rivals Peterborough thought to be interested in the 23-year-old.
Cooper told BBC Wiltshire that “it would take an awful lot of money” Cooper then went onto rule out any possibility of him leaving for a League One team, but left the door slightly open for a Championship team to come in for him, but they’d have to cough up a relatively large sum for his services. “I wouldn’t see the benefit of selling him to a team in our league, or a rival, for a couple hundred grand”
Nathan Thompson came through the Swindon academy system and become a professional in April 2009. He made his debut in October 2010 and his league debut in November 2010. He was voted ‘Swindon Player of the Year’ for the 2012-2013 season, winning 60% of the fans vote.