Luton Town will listen to offers for duo Jake Howells and Andy Drury as manager John Still looks to downsize his squad.
Howells, who is the club’s current longest serving player with 317 games under his belt, has decided the time is right to look for a move elsewhere according to the boss.
“Jake said he always knew there’d be a time to move on and he thinks this is the time.”John Still
Still said: “Jake said he always knew there’d be a time to move on and he thinks this is the time.
“There’s been no fall out, he’s a great lad, we’ve had some enquiries, but nothing has come along yet.”
Still also admitted there had been some tentative interest in Drury from National League side Eastleigh, but it wasn’t something the midfielder had been keen to pursue.
After making nine new signings, Still has allowed Matt Robinson and Alex Lacey to go on trial with dormer club Dagenham,
He added: “We’re working hard both ends to move the lads out as we want to get the right squad for when we start.”