The signed 2018-19 Peterborough United home shirt is not match worn but was personally signed and donated by the football club for the striker, now the subject of transfer speculation following his splendid season in League One. The current highest bid is £62.
All money from the sale will be donated to Free Kicks Foundation, the local charity that provides football experiences for disadvantaged children and young adults all across the country. Over 1,000 young people have been able to attend matches and meet their favourite teams since the charity launched in 2007.
Recent football shirt auctions include one signed by Leeds United's Patrick Bamford, and there are plenty more to come over the next few weeks, with the charity hoping to make up the fundraising shortfall that the coronavirus outbreak has caused.
The auction for the shirt is on eBay here.