Peterborough hope to keep hold of star midfielder by placing him under £10m price tag
Peterborough unfortunately ended their 2021/22 season with a relegation into League One but, despite the circumstances, the Posh completed a complete thumping in their final match.
Their last win came on 18 April, when Posh secured a 2-0 win over Barnsley but a total of 27 defeats this season ensured that Peterborough would be heading down in the EFL leagues for next year.
The Club will now have to look to secure their players ahead of next season with clubs soon to released their list of retained players and those who will be left free.
Ahead of their next season in League One, Posh will look to invest in a goalkeeper, full-backs, and central midfielders to strengthen their squad.
With much to ponder ahead of the summer transfer window, take a look at the latest news from the Championship, including Peterborough and their former second-tier rivals.
1. Sheffield United could lose starlet to Premier League side
Daniel Jebbison has remained on the minds of Everton since Sheffield were last in the Premier League and the Toffees appear keen to snap up the talented forward as soon as possible. (Football League World)
2. Barnsley hope to secure rising Premier League youngster
The Leicester City forward Jack Butterfill will be out of contract at the end of this season and Barnsley are hopeful of securing the 18-year-old’s signature as soon as they are able. Barnsley look well placed to make the deal with Butterfill who has eight goals in 16 appearances. (InsideFutbol)
3. Peterborough United could secure hefty transfer budget boost
Peterborough United are said to be holding out for a whopping £10m for key midfielder Jack Taylor. The club's director of football, Barry Fry, has claimed it would take a bid of at least that figure to consider selling, and that it "isn't going to happen. (Peterborough Telegraph)
4. Ex-Blackpool boss could join their Championship rivals
Ex-Blackpool and Lincoln City boss Michael Appleton is among the favourites to become the new QPR manager. However, Liam Manning still looks to be the front-runner for the job. (SkyBet)