Luton Town have confirmed 4 players will be released as part of their retained list.

As part of the list, the club have confirmed that the quarter George Moncur, Kazenga LuaLua, Harry Isted and Brendan Galloway have not been offered new contracts with Luton Town. As a result, they will all leave the Hatters on 30th June when their current deals expire.

They follow James Collins and Matty Pearson, who have already chosen to accept new contracts with outer clubs. Collins is set to join Cardiff City and Pearson has signed for Huddersfield Town.

Defenders Sonny Bradley and Dan Potts have recently signed new contracts with the club. Meanwhile, Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Martin Cranie have been offered new Luton Town contracts.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Tom Ince and Sam Nombe are to return to their parent clubs, while Elliott Lee, Peter Kioso and Gabriel Osho have returned after loan spells.

As a result, 9 players involved in the club’s first team bubble – permanent and loan – are set to depart the club. The longest lasting are Moncur and LuaLua, who both featured in the side that won promotion from League One in 2018-19 and pulled off a post-lockdown run to survival in the Championship the following campaign.

Luton have also confirmed that as for U21 Development squad members, an option has been taken on Dion Pereira, who made his first-team debut for the club at QPR in the final game of the season. He has been offered a new professional deal, while Luton also confirmed that fellow U21 players TQ Addy, Sam Beckwith, Avan Jones, Corey Panter, Jake Peck and Josh Neufville have each been offered new terms.

Tiernan Parker and Jack Chambers will leave the Club when their current deals expire.