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3 exits we expect to see at Luton in the next few weeks

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With the transfer window fast approaching, Graeme Jones will be analysing his Luton squad ahead of any potential arrivals and departures during January.

The Hatters currently sit in 21st place in the Sky Bet Championship and have lost their last three games in succession.

Although the main objective for the club this season is to avoid relegation back to League One, some of Luton’s concerning performances will alert Graeme Jones and the Hatters boss may be looking to bring in some new faces during the next month.

However, players that are lacking in game time at the moment may also consider their options as the second half of the season is among us.

Here are three players that could possibly be headed for the exit this January at Luton Town…

Marek Stech

Luton’s third choice goalkeeper has yet to feature for the side this season, but did make the bench for the Swansea game due to the absence of James Shea.

Stech has been at the club since 2017, but was last Luton’s first choice stopper back when the club were competing in League Two in 2017-18.

The signing of Simon Sluga over the summer demoted Stech further and it will not be surprising if the 29-year-old hands in a transfer request when the window opens in a week’s time.

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Lloyd Jones

The 24-year-old centre-back has found opportunities hard to come by this season after returning from his loan spell at Plymouth in the summer.

Jones has made three league appearances so far this term for Luton Town, but has regularly made the matchday squad in spite of that.

It is clear that the club see the centre-back as part of their future plans, so he may be made available for loan once more by Luton to aid his development.

Jake Peck

This highly rated Luton Town youngster is also likely to be sent on loan to get some first-team minutes under his belt, after just making one appearance for the club last season in the Leasing.com trophy.

The 19-year-old is back in training with the youth team after suffering almost eight months out with a broken ankle. A loan spell would aid him, and the club should consider it once he is back up to speed.


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