Wycombe boss warns Millwall he won't sell Beavon cheaply

WYCOMBE manager Gary Waddock has warned clubs interested in Stuart Beavon that he will not sell the striker cheaply.

NewsAtDen revealed that the League Two side had slapped a £750,000 price tag on the 28-year-old – though sources close to the player believe that figure is likely to drop significantly over the course of the summer.

Lions boss Kenny Jackett is tracking Beavon, who scored 25 goals in 45 appearances in a struggling side last season, along celexa with Charlton, Preston and Sheffield United.

But Waddock told the Buckinghamshire Advertiser: “There is a lot of rumour and speculation about Beavon as we would expect because he is a wonderful player who had a fantastic season last year.

"But he is under contract with us and is still a Wycombe player at this moment. There is a value on Bevs and a price that any club interested in him would have to match that is for sure.”

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