No Town Comment on Departures Until Friday
Wednesday, 28th Apr 2010 13:25
Town will not be making any comment on which of the out of contract players are being released until Friday. TWTD reported earlier today that both Richard and David Wright are amongst those who will be leaving the club when their current deals are up at the end of June.
Pim Balkestein will also leave the club in the summer, along with loanee Liam Rosenior, while Jon Stead, who is contracted to the Blues until 2011, is set to make his loan move to Coventry a permanent switch, a fee believed to be £400,000 having been settled with the Sky Blues but with the player yet to agree personal terms.
Boss Roy Keane is understood to be continuing to meet with the out of contract members of his squad throughout today.
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