Gareth Ainsworth: Millwall and Sunderland target likely to stay at Wycombe

The prospective new owner of wycombe expects Gareth Ainsworth will remain as manager from Millwall and Sunderland amid attention.
Ainsworth is one of three candidates in the framework together with current caretaker boss Adam Barrett and Gary Rowett at the Den.
He is also understood to have spoken to Sunderland, although Phil Parkinson has emerged as the bookies favourite for the job on Wearside.
A section of Millwall fans on websites have been impressed with the connections of their club using a variety of them preferring Rowett, to Ainsworth.
One source has suggested to Sky Sports News which Ainsworth is likely to remain at Adams Park and direct the club into a time of ownership.
American investor Rob Couhig, whose bid to buy a 75 percent stake in the team is now being voted on by Wycombe Trust members, has encouraged if he is successful, Ainsworth to keep on.
He and Ive got a excellent connection, he explained in a video address to fans from the States.
We know each other very well. I hope it will last.
Should the day come if he decides to move on we will consult with the top people in the business, consult with you and members of the Trust board and make a decision on how best to proceed.
Sky Sports News reported the Millwall held initial talks with Wycombe after Sunderland were granted permission to talk to him.

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