Eight Magpies offered new deals

Notts County have offered new deals to eight out-of-contract players, while five will depart the League One club this summer.

Last Updated: 01/05/13 at 19:31

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Alan Sheehan, Jeff Hughes, Yoann Arquin, Joss Labadie, Haydn Hollis, Curtis Thompson, Tyrell Waite and Greg Tempest have all been offered new terms having reached the end of their current deals.

Julian Kelly, Hamza Bencherif, Liam Mitchell and Jake Wholey will not be offered new terms and will leave Meadow Lane along with Alan Judge, who confirmed last weekend that he would not be signing a new contract with the Magpies.

The club have yet to make a decision on Gavin Mahon and Krystian Pearce, with any new offer for them dependent on budget and transfer targets that boss Chris Kiwomya has identified.

Youth-team players Kyle Dixon, Romello Nangle and Malachi Lavelle-Moore were offered professional contracts on Monday.

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