CALLUM Wilson “wants wages of £75,000 a week” before he is prepared to leave Cherries this summer, according to the Express.

The newspaper claims the England international is being chased by a number of Premier League clubs following Cherries’ relegation to the Championship.

The Express also claim Newcastle had been favourites to sign Wilson this summer but the “price tag of £30million Cherries have placed on the striker” as well as his “high wage demands” have stalled their moves.

Tottenham are “willing to meet Wilson’s wage demands” according to the report, but have to sell before they can buy any more players.

Wilson joined Cherries from Coventry City for a fee of £3million in July 2014. He has since gone on to play 187 times for Cherries in all competitions, scoring 67 goals and registering 30 assists.

The 28-year-old penned a fresh four-year contract at Cherries in 2019.