Jun 22 2012 By Greg Burns
CLUBS hoping to sign Wycombe striker Stuart Beavon have been warned they won't get him on the cheap.
The 28-year-old scored 25 goals for a struggling Wanderers side last season that ended in them suffering relegation back to League Two.
His blistering form has attracted the attention of a host of clubs with League One Sheffield United and Championship pair Charlton and Millwall reported to be chasing his signature.
Wanderers are facing a summer of cutbacks ahead of a takeover by Wycombe Wanderers Trust which could see clubs trying their luck with low transfer bids to bag a bargain.
But with one year left on Beavon's deal, Wycombe boss Gary Waddock said he won't be leaving unless the deal is right.
He said: “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.”