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Taylor, Sawyers & Cook To Move On As Their Contracts Come to an End
 
Taylor, Sawyers & Cook To Move On As Their Contracts Come to an End

Taylor, Sawyers & Cook To Move On As Their Contracts Come to an End

5:55 am Friday, 1 July 2016  
Left back Andy Taylor, attacking midfielder Romaine Sawyers and striker Jordan Cook are now officially free agents following the expiration of their Walsall contracts.
Left back Andy Taylor, attacking midfielder Romaine Sawyers and striker Jordan Cook are now officially free agents following the expiration of their Walsall contracts.

The trio were all offered new deals following the conclusion of the Saddlers' Sky Bet League One Play-Off reaching campaign but decided to reject the offers and are now free to find employment elsewhere.

Romaine Sawyers, who was offered an improved three-year contract, is keen to test himself at a higher level of the English game and is likely to complete a move to Dean Smith's Brentford, while Lancashire-born Andy Taylor is expected to link up with recently relegated League Two side Blackpool as he and his family are keen to return to the North.

Jordan Cook has recently been linked with a move to Carlisle United, with other clubs also believed to be keen to take a look at him over the next few weeks.

Walsall have seen a worrying number of first-teamers depart over the summer including, Jason Demetriou (Southend United), Paul Downing (Milton Keynes Dons), Sam Mantom (Scunthorpe United) Milan Lalkovic (Portsmouth) and Anthony Forde (Rotherham United), and will be keen to add some much-needed experience to their ranks over the coming days and weeks.

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