Wolverhampton Wanderers officially plan to retain Ruben Neves, Adama Traore, and Raul Jimenez for at least another season.
Since their arrival at Molineux, the trio has been staring at the West Midland outfit, and they are obviously linked to big-money moves to other clubs.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it can be expected that Wolves will have to make player sales in order to stay on a good financial footing.
However, according to 90 min, club officials told Neves, Traore, and Jimenez that they will remain in Wolves in the near future.
The suspected developments are likely to have an impact on the transfer plans of many clubs that were considering making an offer later in 2020.
Liverpool, Arsenal, Barcelona, and Real Madrid have been credited with Traore, while Manchester United has been credited with attempting to recruit Jimenez.