Crawley Town are leading the chase to sign out-of-contract York defender Lanre Oyebanjo, according to the YorkPress.
Oyebanjo, who has been offered a new deal to stay at Bootham Crescent, is reported to be looking for a move back down south.
Crawley manager John Gregory has been running the rule over Oyebanjo during the second half of the season & is looking to sign the defender on a Bosman transfer this summer.
The 24 year-old right-back has made 46 appearances this season, helping York reach the play-offs.
Last night at the Awards, Oyebanjo was named Players’ Player of the Year and also got the vote of City’s supporters when he was presented with the Billy Fenton Memorial Player of the Year Trophy at the event, hosted by York Racecourse. The former Republic of Ireland under-21 international went on to win the Harrogate Minstermen Player of the Year honour as well.
Oyebanjo joined York from Histon in June 2011 and has since completed 103 games while scoring three times, including one against Newport County in the Wembley FA Trophy final triumph of May 2012.