Dartford boss Terry Burman has revealed that Barry Cogan will not be offered a deal for next season.
The news was released as part of a statement from Burman on the club’s website.
“I have now met with all the contracted players from last season.
“It is with regret that I have not offered Barry Cogan terms for next year.
“I have invited Lee Burns and Callum McNaughton back for pre-season training. Callum who suffered an unfortunate injury in March of last season has accepted the offer to return. Lee, who has been an outstanding servant to this club, is still to make up his mind.
“I have spoken to Paul Lorraine who came to us last season to help out as cover in the defensive area, has also been asked to come back for the pre-season. There is no secret that I have tried to persuade Paul to be a part of the squad over the last few years, and he is considering the offer to return.
“At this moment in time, I am delighted that we have signed 11 players for the 2016/17 campaign. I have also been busy talking to potential targets to join the squad for next season. I will not be rushed into signing players just for the sake of it, as the people that I have signed at this moment in time gives me an excellent nucleus to start with.
“When we have news of any recruitment I will be the first to let you know”