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Rotherham United releasing 11 players, seeking offers for Barnsley FC loanee.



RELEGATED Rotherham United have confirmed the departure of 11 players, including Sean Morrison, Lee Peltier, Tyler Blackett, and Sam Clucas, who will leave the club at the end of their current contracts at the end of June.

Furthermore, Grant Hall, who played sparingly last season, will go alongside Shane Ferguson, while Tolaji Boli will leave alongside youngsters Curtis Durose, Joel Holvey, and Nat Ford.

The team has initiated discussions with Jamie Lindsay, whose contract expires in the summer. He was linked with a transfer to Wrexham in January.

An option has been invoked to extend the contract of young professional Ciaran McGuckin for an additional year.

Meanwhile, the club said it will consider bids for contracted players Jamie McCart, who is on a season-long loan at South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley, and Josh Kayode, who spent last season with Carlisle United.

Andre Green, Cameron Humphreys, Christ Tiehi, Cohen Bramall, Dillon Phillips, Hakeem Odoffin, Jordan Hugill, Ollie Rathbone, Peter Kioso, Sam Nombe, Tom Eaves, and Viktor Johansson are all under contract.

Loanees Andy Rinomhota, Arvin Appiah, Charlie Wyke, Femi Seriki, and Seb Revan have returned to their respective clubs.

Boss Steve Evans stated: “There have been some honest and open discussions with players in and out of contract, and we have had to make some really difficult decisions, but each of those has been made with Rotherham United’s future at the forefront of our priorities.”

“I’d like to place on-record that everyone in the building has been a pleasure to work with since I walked through the door and those departing the club do so with our very best wishes.

“It is clear that this summer is an important one in terms of recruitment but we are already well-underway with the process and excited about the challenge that lies ahead.

“Work is ongoing at Roundwood and AESSEAL New York Stadium and I will look to keep supporters informed around the progress we make throughout the coming weeks and months.”


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