Personally, I wouldn't even consider bids for Pearson of less than 3m, and in today's ridiculous market, that could be conservative. Same with DJ, 3m would be my starting figure, and if Robinson is not worth at least if not more than 1m in today's market then I don't know who is in view of Rotherham apparently turning down 2m for Ward as an example.
If any clubs do come in for our better players, either they must pay the price or look elsewhere. I think TH may have a similar attitude when he looks back at how many players we have over paid for in past years such as Carter, Chaplow, Nichols, Mellor, Shumi-whatisname and Ashby as examples, and with very little return so far for an outlay of about 1.3m on May and Doyle for different reasons of course.
Robinson £3 million
Hugill £2 million
DJ £4 million
Cunningham £3 million
Pearson £5 million
Personally think it's much easier to put a value on players at the end of a season rather than mid-way through, hence why it can be quite difficult for many clubs to do what they like in a January window.
I would say Johnson, Pearson and Cunningham are worth the most though.
Hugill's early season form was promising but his failure to finish easy chances tells me he isn't worth anything more than about 500k. If anyone offered 7 figures for him I'd snap their hands off.
Grayson is the most valuable asset we have