Fulham boss Chris Coleman is determined to keep Luis Boa Morte at the club and has warned any interested club they will have to pay “serious money” for his signature.
Liverpool are the latest club to be linked with the Portuguese winger as they begin plans for new signings for next season.
Newcastle are confirmed admirers of Boa Morte and tried to sign him in January before he opted to pen a new deal at Craven Cottage.
The Magpies are believed to be ready to make a renewed move for Boa Morte in the summer and Coleman is not surprised that other teams are watching the wide man.
However, Coleman hopes to keep him at Fulham and would only consider selling him for a sizeable offer.
“We don’t want to lose him, he’s quality,” said Coleman.
“The last four games are the best I’ve seen him play in a long time.
“He’s been outstanding. Of course, teams will be looking at him but if anyone is serious about buying him they will need to come up with serious money.”