Dundee are still recovering from when they plunged into administration with debts exceeding £23 million pound and now only a section of that debt remains interest free.
When asked about Kevin, the manager admitted that he may have to let him go. He said, "We're under no illusions about how well Kevin did for us last season. And given, the financial implications for the club, were we to be offered a substantial sum of money for him we'd probably have to let Kevin go."
"But at the moment that's all hypothetical as I'm not aware of any such offer being made to us." Kevin was voted Dundee's player of the year at the dinner at the seasons end and the midfielder is wanted by a host of clubs including Celtic, Rangers, Norwich City and West Brom.
Reports suggest that Norwich are close to making a bid of £500,000.