Jermaine McGlashan has rejected Cheltenham’s offer for a new contract and will be leaving this summer, the club has confirmed on its official website.
26-year-old winger has informed manager Mark Yates about his decision yesterday.
Having been plucked out from non-league football by Aldershot in 2010, McGlashan signed for the Robins in January 2012. In 116 appearances he scored 13 goals. However, he fell down the pecking order at Whaddon Road recently but despite that, he was one of the first players to be offered a new contract.
Cheltenham boss Mark Yates has earlier confirmed he is close to bringing in his first signing for the next season but the details are still unknown.