Six Championship clubs are battling out for ‘fearless’ Livingston forward Lyndon Dykes, according to reports.
TEAMtalk revealed this week that the Scottish club could be open to selling the 24 year old come the January transfer window despite only joining them last January and making his debut for them this season.
Dykes is said to have plenty of potential and could soon be set for starts at international level as both Scotland and Australia are in a fight for his allegiance.
His impressive form this season has seen him score five goals (one of those in a shock 2-0 win over Celtic) and notched up two assists in 14 games.
Watch: Lyndon Dykes is being touted for a Scotland call after scoring in Livingston's shock win over Celtic yesterday. This nice finish was his fifth goal of the season… pic.twitter.com/3poYJ7Svsk
— BBC Sport Scotland (@BBCSportScot) October 7, 2019
Cardiff City, Swansea City, Middlesbrough, Bristol City, Derby and Blackburn are believed to have sent scouts to watch him in action and are thought to be keen on making a move.
It’s not yet clear how much it would take to prise the Australian-born man away from the Scottish Premiership outfit, though is rated at £250,000 by transfermarkt.
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