Wolves manager Paul Lambert has delivered his verdict on the future of star man Helder Costa, in an interview with the Daily Star, via the Birmingham Mail.
The Portuguese winger has been the star player for Wolves this term, delivering excellent performances in what has been a struggling side for the majority of the season.
Costa only made his move to Molineux permanent in January, signing for a deal worth £13m after impressing in an initial loan spell. However, Lambert is aware of the money in the game, and says that the club will have to listen to any offers this summer.
‘If people come in for him, we’ll have to deal with it’ said Lambert. ‘Money talks, and anyone who tells you different is lying’ he added.
The report claims that both Chelsea and Arsenal are interested in the winger, with Wolves valuing Costa at around £20m.
Wolves are fighting against relegation from the Championship this term, but secured a crucial win over Fulham last time out to enchance their chances of survival.
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