Aberdeen transfer target Charles Dunne has had a £350,000 price tag placed on him by St Mirren.
The Dons are interested in the 29-year-old defender who has one year left on his contract at the Paisley club.
However St Mirren have reportedly slapped a £350,000 valuation on the stopper.
A previous bid of £100,000 by Aberdeen for Dunne was rejected by St Mirren.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin signed Dunne on a free from Motherwell last summer whilst manager of St Mirren.
Goodwin is closing in on signing a left sided defender and hopes to have a deal completed within the next week or two.
However the Dons gaffer will still look to add more depth to his defence.
Former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international Dunne played 28 games for St Mirren last season, racking up 10 clean sheets.
Dunne is currently recovering from a foot fracture suffered in the April home defeat to Rangers.