Wolves are facing a struggle to keep hold of winger Matt Jarvis. According to reports in the Daily Mirror Premier League clubs, Fulham and Stoke City, are set to go to battle over the 25-year-old and both seem willing to pay the £8 million transfer fee set by Wolves.
Jarvis has been capped at international level by England just once, in 2011, but has been a constant threat to the national side after two impressive seasons in the Premier League.
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Playing 108 games in the English top tier he found the net 15 times, proving to be one of Wolves’ most important players. Though a good servant for the Midlands club it is unlikely the 26-year-old would turn down the chance to return to the top flight.
A transfer rumour that has certainly come out of left-field is that Wolverhampton Wanderers influential midfielder Matt Jarvis is wanted by Champions League side Udinese.
New Wolves manager Stale Solbakken faces a task to keep hold of his better players and The Mirror are reporting that the Italian side have sounded out Jarvis as a potential transfer target and could well move this summer as he contemplates playing in the Championship after a spell in England’s top flight.
Jarvis would only be the third English player in the last 10 years to make the move to the move to Italy after David Beckham and Jay Bothroyd played for AC Milan and Perugia respectively .