Moore, who featured 31 times in League One for the U’s last time out, has been a mainstay in Karl Robinson’s side since his 2019 arrival, whilst Henry has surpassed 200 appearances for the third-tier outfit, netting over 50 goals in that time.
Moore is a target at Championship club Bristol City, with the Robins already agreeing a deal to sign Mark Sykes at the end of his contract.
Adding an extra year to his contract could act as a barrier for the Championship outfit who do not possess too high of a budget compared to their divisional counterparts.
The U’s have also offered fresh contracts to Alex Gorrin, Billy Bodin and Slasi Spasov ahead of the new campaign.
Quiz: Can you name which club Bristol City sold these 23 players to from the last decade?
Moore has proven during his time with the U’s that he possesses the necessary attributes to justify a move to England’s second tier, however, it remains to be seen if that could come to fruition.
A dominant defender, when looking at both his percentages for ground and aerials duels won, he is also extremely intelligent with his positioning and general play.
Moore is also a composed figure when in possession and progresses with the ball well to start attacks for his side.
Given that it is now a year left on his contract, the U’s may be looking to regenerate a fee before losing him for free next season, so it will be interesting to see how this summer plays out.