Stevenage have extended the contract of midfielder Luke Freeman.
The 22-year-old played 54 games for Stevenage, scoring eight times in a season which ended in relegation.
The relegated side have opted to extend Luke Freeman’s contract for a further year, although it’s unlikely enough to keep the highly rated winger at The Lamex.
Freeman has attracted a number of clubs within League One and the Championship, undoubtedly offers will be made before the 2014/15 season commences.
Freeman’s contract extension allows Stevenage to expect a decent fee if clubs are interested in Westley’s prized asset. It would be a shock if a move wasn’t made for the former Arsenal youngster who exhibits a creative and lively presence on the pitch.
Stevenage also made the decision to extend the contracts of 22-year-olds Dean Parrett and Roarie Deacon for a further year.
It has been confirmed Filipe Morais, Luke Jones, Peter Hartley, Simon Heslop and Sam Wedgbury will follow Marcus Haber’s departure, as Graham Westley aims to rebuild his squad for the following campaign.