WYCOMBE are not only fighting to keep hold of their Football League status but also highly-rated youngster Matt Ingram.
The 20-year-old has made more than 50 appearances for his hometown club this season and has been earning rave reviews from scouts.
And despite Wycombe fighting at the bottom of the table Premier League clubs have been flocking to watch him in action.
Ingram, who was on work experience at Oxford City last season, could now be on the verge of a dream move to one of the biggest clubs in the country.
Arsenal have been regular watchers at Adams Park and Arsene Wenger could make a move for Ingram at the end of the season.
He is expecting tough competition in the race to sign up Ingram, who in January 2011 was selected for an England goalkeeping training camp.
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is a another manager who has been keeping close tabs on his progress since the turn of the year. BURNLEY could hand Ipswich Town defender Aaron Cresswell the chance of playing in the Premier League next season.
The Clarets are set to make a number of signings following promotion to the top flight and Cresswell is a player they are interested in. BOLTON are set to call in a favour and win the race to land Chelsea youngster Jeremie Boga on a season-long loan next season.
Bolton had a clause inserted into Gary Cahill’s deal when he moved to Stamford Bridge two years ago that they could have a Chelsea starlet on loan in the future.
Now Bolton boss Dougie Freedman had set his sights on the 17-year-old French midfielder this season but was told Chelsea didn’t want him playing first team football yet
oga, who was born in Marseille and is a French under-17 international, played a starring role in the Blues’ run to the FA Youth Cup Final.
They will now face Fulham in the final and will allow Boga to get some valuable first team experience next term.
Boga has already trained with the full French national side and is likely to move north for the start of the new campaign.