Still only 23 years of age, Tymon proved last season that he is a mainstay in the Stoke City team, playing in 44 Championship games while also showing his ability to contribute to the attack, with seven goal involvements in all competitions (via Transfermarkt).
He showed his consistency in that period, too, with an average SofaScore player match rating of 6.80 in the league last term. Therefore, it’s easy to see why McGilligan rates the player as an option at full-back.
However, while he urges Leeds to sign Tymon as he could be picked up for less than £10m, they could face competition for his signature from the likes of Rangers, who were linked with him earlier this summer. And so, if a bidding war was to take place, his value could quickly rise, making this deal a little more complicated.