Posh trio eyed
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Peterborough chairman Barry Fry has revealed several of his players are sought after.Peterborough United supremo Barry Fry has revealed that despite the club's relegation several of his players are sought after.
Fry has confirmed that he has rejected overtures for both Curtis Woodhouse and Calum Willock in the past few days.
Rotherham are anxious to boost their ranks with the signature of Woodhouse, whilst Brentford and Colchester are tracking Willock.
However, Fry insists that players will only be bought and sold once a new manager has been installed at London Road.
''Curtis hasn't had a great season but would still command a good transfer fee and Calum has a good record when he has played,'' Fry told mysporttoday.
''Mick (Harford) has always been a big fan of Curtis but all he seems to want to do is move to Hull, but the decision on both players will rest with the new manager.''
Fry also revealed that Darlington had been in contact with regards Craig Ireland - with a move in the pipeline for the summer.
Meanwhile, although having vacated the manager's dugout, chairman Fry will become the club's director of football, putting himself in charge of outgoing transfers.
''The new manager will be allowed to bring his own assistants and coaching staff providing he can afford it within the budget,'' continued Fry.
''I will not interfere with that, but I will be in involved in selling players as I have to look after the money I have put into the club.''