Wolves manager Kenny Jackett denies making a move for Coventry striker Callum Wilson, According to Coventry Telegraph.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett insists he’s not interested in making a move for Sky Blues hot shot Callum Wilson.
City’s leading scorer was rumoured on Good Friday to have been lined up for a £3million move to Molineux in the summer.
When asked about the stories by the Telegraph, Coventry’s development director Steve Waggott quickly rubbished the claims, and Jackett has since confirmed: “We’ve had no contact or bid at all. It’s not something we’re considering.”
Wanderers did, however, make inquiries about the 22-goal striker in January when they bought his strike partner Leon Clarke.
Jackett also strongly denied he was interested in Clarke before he eventually signed him.
City boss Steven Pressley maintains he wants to keep Wilson who will clearly attract intense interest from other clubs in the summer when the 22-year-old could be open to a move to the highest bidder.
Meanwhile, reports today have revealed that Nottingham Forest boss Stuart Pearce was at the Coventry v Swindon game at Sixfield’s on Friday to watch striker Callum Wilson, Who could be Pearce’s first signing as Forest manager.