Darragh MacAnthony sheds further light on Peterborough United's Conor Washington asking price on Twitter

Queens Park Rangers, Cardiff City, Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers are all reportedly interested in Conor Washington.

Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has confirmed that he would not consider selling star striker Conor Washington, even if a £2 million offer was submitted.

Washington has a clutch of Championship clubs chasing him in the January transfer window, but Posh are determined not to lose the 23-year-old on the cheap.

Queens Park Rangers have been said to be tracking the striker by the Mail, while the same paper says that Cardiff City, Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers all could be set to make a bid.

Washington has scored 12 goals in his last 13 matches in League One, but his price tag could put some teams off.

Birmingham have just received a big fee for Demarai Gray from Leicester City, but they would have to reinvest most of it to sign Washington.

QPR, Wolves and Cardiff, meanwhile, could all be set to lose key players in January - which would bring in the funds required to sign the former Newport County man.

Peterborough seem determined not to lose their main goalscorer though, as they bid for promotion from League One.

The Posh are currently in the play off spots in the third tier and they are the top scoring side in the Football League.

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