Midfielder/striker Paul Warne is this week more optimistic that he will still be a Yeovil Town player next season. Warne has been one of a number of players involved in protracted contract talks this summer, but there now appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel with the 36 year old now suggesting that he will be staying.
Speaking in this week's Western Gazette, Warne hopes that everything will be sorted out within the next week:
"I am not a million miles away from signing and hope to sign before we come back for pre-season training."
The situation regarding left-winger Andy Welsh appears much more bleak. On the grapevine, suggestions are that he has still yet to receive a written offer from the club. There is also silence concerning captain Terrell Forbes, whilst goalkeeper Josh Wagenaar is unlikely to return to Huish Park until his international duties are completed.
The Gazette also run a speculative story concerning defender Lee Peltier. Their website page header states "Yeovil Town deny interest in defender Lee Peltier" whilst the article headline queries "Interest in Peltier mounting?" - they suggest that "an unnamed club has expressed interest" but stop short of naming the club concerned, whilst Chief Executive Martyn Starnes talks merely in generic rather than specific terms.
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