Relegated Premier league club Wolverhampton Wanderers have said that it would take an exceptional amount of money for them to be persuaded into selling star players Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher. Wolves were relegated from the Premier league this season.

Even though they will be able to carry on for another season with the current squad and the current wage bill, most of the players will be looking at the possibility of playing in the Premier league with another club. Matt Jarvis and Fletcher have been the outstanding players for Wolves this season, and the vultures have already started circling around the club. jarvis was linked to Chelsea according to the Chelsea News website.

However, the Wolves board has said that they will not be looking at the possibility of selling both their star names for very little transfer fees, despite their relegation into the Championship. They have also said that they would like to retain the star players in such a way that they will look at the possibility of coming back straight up next season.

West Ham and Fulham are the reported clubs interested in signing Fletcher from Wolverhampton Wanderers, while Stoke city have been linked with £ 10 million move for Matt Jarvis. The club recently appointed Norwegian manager Stale Solbakken in charge of the club next season. He has experience of playing in the English league with Wimbledon.

Another one of their star names – Kevin Doyle, however, has said that he would like to stay with the club next season as well. The former Reading star has been linked with a number of clubs immediately after their relegation was confirmed, but he has now committed his future for Wolverhampton Wanderers at least for the next season. The Republic of Ireland star was signed by the club for a club record fee of £ 6.5 million.