Sheffield Wednesday are thought to have prioritised the signing of a new central defender this summer.
However, MacAnthony adds that a deal for the Posh centre-back is 'not happening'.
Asked on Twitter if Wednesday are the club that have matched the buy-out clause of another Peterborough player, Marcus Maddison, the Irishman replied:
They called about Jack Baldwin but not happening & he’s another who won’t leave until valuation met. https://t.co/iQlTvvwbqQ— Darragh MacAnthony (@DMAC102) July 4, 2018
Sheffield Wednesday are thought to have prioritised the signing of a new central defender, with Frederico Venancio said to be the Owls' top target after impressing while on loan at Hillsborough last season.
However, the Sheffield Star reported on Wednesday that an unnamed Portuguese club has since agreed a fee to sign Venancio from Vitoria Setubal.
Wednesday are thought to have to move on players of their own before bringing in new ones, and HITC Sport understands the Yorkshire side are on the verge of selling Jack Hunt to Bristol City.
Hunt, the right-back, recently entered the final year of his contract at Hillsborough.
Sunderland and Bolton Wanderers have both made enquiries for Baldwin this summer, according to Sky Sports.
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