Alfreton Town have confirmed that striker Reece Styche has been made available for transfer.
The 30-year-old joined the club from Darlington last October, but Alfreton say they are currently ‘deep into concluding negotiations for his fee,’ after he was made available to other clubs. This update was part of their retained list announcement, which reads as follows:
The Reds finished in 15th place in the National League North after an inconsistent league campaign which saw better results away from home than at the Impact Arena. Manager Billy Heath did see success, however, with another FA Cup first round appearance, and winning a tenth Derbyshire Senior Cup.
Players retained for the 2019/20 season:
Reece Styche – ATFC can confirm that Styche has been made available for transfer; the club are deep into concluding negotiations for his fee.
Players who have signed new deals for 2019/20:
Players who were offered terms but rejected:
Players that have been offered terms:
Players released by the club:
Loan players who have returned to parent clubs:
The club can also confirm that we have already agreed with and signed five new players ahead of the 2019/20 season and their identity and pedigree will be announced in the forthcoming days.
All at the Reds would like to thank the players who have been released, opted for moves elsewhere and those who have returned to their parent clubs for their fantastic service and commitment to the club during their time with us. We wish all the very best for the future.