The Bucks Free Press has reported that Wycombe are confident of keeping highly rated Wycombe keeper Matt Ingram for at least another season, even if he is sold via a season-long loan back to the Bucks club.
Despite saying in no uncertain terms that they have no plans to sell any players.
Wanderers Trust director David Robertson stated: “Matt Ingram will definitely be with us next year. Even if we did sell Matt Ingram he would prefer, and his parents would prefer, if he stays here for a season. But we are not actively looking to sell anyone.”
The same cannot be said of striker Junior Morias and highly-rated defender Anthony Stewart who have both yet to decide if their futures still lie with the club.
Morias is expected to sign a new deal in the next few days, however negotiations with Stewarts’ representatives are said to be complex.
He hoped decisions, either way, would be soon “the next few days” on Morias, but said there had been frustrations in negotiating with Stewart’s agent over a new deal.
If Stewart decides to move to another club Wycombe would be due a transfer fee due to this age.