Pack weighing up his options

Former Cheltenham star Marlon Pack is mulling over several offers as he weighs up where to continue his career.

Last Updated: 02/07/13 at 10:11 Post Comment

Marlon Pack: Weighing up offers from several clubs

Marlon Pack: Weighing up offers from several clubs

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Pack is free to find a new club after turning down a new deal at Cheltenham as he seeks to play at a higher level than League Two.

The 22-year-old has established himself as one of the best midfielders in the lower leagues and his consistent performances have earned him places in the PFA League Two Team of the Season for the last two years.

A host of Championship and League One clubs are believed to be keen on signing Pack and the former Portsmouth man has held talks with a number of managers.

Pack admits he is now weighing up his options before making a decision on his next move.

"I hope to make a decision on my future imminently," Pack told Sky Sports. "I have spoken to several clubs and managers and I am weighing up my options.

"I hope to get my future resolved as quickly as possible so that I can get join up for pre-season and get ready for the new season."

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