The Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly listening to offers for Ben Simmons but it appears what the franchise is looking for is becoming unrealistic.

According to Jake Fischer of the Bleacher Report, the Pistons allegedly offered a package that involved Jerami Grant, Saddiq Bey, Kelly Olynyk and a first-round pick for the disgruntled Australian guard.

Fischer added that the Sixers were hardly impressed with the generous offer for Simmons. Team president Daryl Morey continues to bat that they are looking for an All-Star player in exchange for the former NBA Rookie of the Year to tandem with Joel Embiid.

Hence, Simmons needs to wait more to see where and when he can play. But in the eyes of critics, the demands of the Sixers may be getting out of control.

Several players have been offered but not one has piqued the interest of Morey. Some are calling the requirements unrealistic at this point.

Although young and someone oozing with talent, pundits feel that Simmons is not yet at that level of being considered an elite player.

Grant is a 20-point-per-game scorer who hits threes and plays great defense. Bey is one of Detroit’s best young talents at 22 years old and made the All-Rookie First Team last year. Olynyk is a solid veteran big who can space the floor and anchor a second unit offensively, Larry Brown Sports noted.

Capping it with a future pick makes the Pistons alleged trade offer even more tempting but somehow, Morey is looking for something more.

The NBA trade deadline is on Feb. 10 and there is no telling if any NBA team would be able to meet the demands of the Sixers.

There is interest in the former top pick but some continue to criticize his decision-making and ability to shoot the ball from afar. Regardless, the reality for Simmons is that he will just have to sit on the sidelines and see what his future holds.

Ben Simmons #25 of the Philadelphia 76ers dribbles the ball against Julius Randle #30 and Kevin Knox II #20 of the New York Knicks Ben Simmons #25 of the Philadelphia 76ers dribbles the ball against Julius Randle #30 and Kevin Knox II #20 of the New York Knicks Getty Images | Sarah Stier