Five players have left Luton Town upon expiry of their contracts on June 30th.
Marek Stech, Frankie Musonda, Donervon Daniels, Lloyd Jones and Jake Jervis have all exited the Bedfordshire club.
As part of their admin with the traditional contract expiry date, Luke Berry, Danny Hylton, Elliot Lee, Callum McManaman, Jacob Butterfield, and Glen Rea have signed contract extensions to reach the end of the current season.
Luton have also confirmed that the club are in talks with the parent clubs of loan quartet Luke Bolton, James Bree, Izzy Brown and Cameron Carter-Vickers ahead of a deadline on Friday (03/07) to keep them at the club to the end of the season
30-year-old goalkeeper Stech heads the departures list. The Czech goalkeeper had joined Luton from Sparta Prague in 2017 and was a part of the squad that won back-to-back promotions from League Two to the Championship. He was voted in the PFA Team of the Year for League Two in 2017-18, but leaves after falling behind first James Shea and then Simon Sluga in the pecking order at Kenilworth Road.
Academy graduate Musonda leaves after 15 years of involvement with Luton Town, during which time he was given a senior debut by Nathan Jones in his first spell at the club.
Daniels was involved in the first team in the second half of this season after returning from a loan in Doncaster, even scoring in a January win over Derby at Kenilworth Road.
Jones and Jervis both joined the club in January 2018 and had been involved before moving out on loan for most of the last 2 years.
In other news, Luton and Swansea City have both been charged with failing to control their players after a scuffle broke out between the two teams during the Hatters’ 1-0 win at the Liberty Stadium last weekend.
Towards the end of Luton’s win in South Wales, a melee broke out that lead to the dismissal of Swansea winger Jordon Garrick, as well as a caution for Luton’s Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu.
The two teams have until July 6th to respond to the FA charges.