Brewers boss starts rebuilding

Nathan Stanton has agreed a new one-year deal at Burton but four out-of-contract players have been told they can leave the club.

Last Updated: 14/05/12 at 15:08

Stanton: Signed new deal

Stanton: Signed new deal

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Central defender Stanton joins midfielder Jack Dyer who has signed a two-year contract and striker Adi Yussuf who has signed a one year deal.

Ryan Austin, Adam Bolder, Tony James and Greg Pearson will not be offered new deals.

Danny Blanchett, Andres Gurrieri, Kristian Ramsey-Dickson, Patrick Ada and James Wren had all previously been told they would not be offered new terms.

Meanwhile, long-serving left-back Aaron Webster is considering a new contract offer from manager Gary Rowett, as is midfielder Jimmy Phillips.

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