Wealdstone have acknowledged the difficulty they may face in holding on to certain players, as the club continue to try and negotiate the challenges of competing in the National League during the absence of matchday revenue.

While the club will be fulfilling their remaining fixtures this season, Stones say it is necessary to take ‘some further measures to reduce costs’.

The club said as part of an update to supporters: “Alongside the progression of our recruitment plans for next season, the board are working to do all we can to support our management team.

“Both (manager) Stuart (Maynard) and (assistant) Matt (Saunders) are understanding of the circumstances and realistic that, in the current climate, we may be less able to repel offers for certain players, should recent interest in these players be followed up.

“Any player moves that do materialise must be on terms that work for us, from both a financial and footballing perspective.”

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