Peterborough United have already made waves in the summer transfer window with the addition of 40 goal National League striker Ricky Miller from Dover on a free transfer, and the Posh will look to continue their summer rebuild in the coming weeks.
A number of players with just a year remaining on their current deals have been transfer listed as per Peterborough’s transfer policy, and boss Grant McCann will look to replace any potential departures this summer.
One such man is Michael Bostwick, who could be set for a move to Blackburn following a five year spell in Peterborough.
The influential midfielder will need replacing, as will his goals, with the player often contributing strikes from the middle of the park.
Walsall midfielder Franck Moussa is set to be a free agent this summer when his deal with Walsall expires, and the Belgian midfielder could be an ideal addition to the squad at London Road.
The 27-year-old has consistently scored goals throughout his career from midfield, and could continue his form with Peterborough next year.
Those associated with the club will feel a push for a top six finish is a minimum expectation this summer, and Moussa could contribute to any promotion run in.
Able to score and create goals for his team mates, Moussa could form a solid link with Miller through his marauding runs from midfield.