Of course but that’s an obvious point as we aren’t linked to Brentford. I’ve always had a bit of a problem with this ‘a thing is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it’ when it’s used in football and other fields. If someone is only prepared to pay £10m for Deulofeu, does that make it all he’s worth? Why can’t we point to players in the same league, leaving clubs with the same aspirations as ourselves and use that as part of our process when in negotiations? Last year, when Maguire left Leicester for United for £80m+, they went for Ake and Bournemouth told them that they would placed the players in the same bracket in terms of ability so the price would be more or less the same. I really don’t see why referencing another transfer can’t be used in negotiations.