Ronnie Henry looks set to leave the Hatters after turning down a new contract
Luton Town can today confirm that championship winning club captain Ronnie Henry appears unlikely to be signing a new contract at Luton Town.
Henry who remains under contract until the 30th June was offered a new deal but has declined the contract in favour of a new challenge. As a player over the age of 24 at the end of his contract, he has the right to move on without compensation and he has seemingly taken that option.
Manager John Still wished to say
“I am disappointed to be losing Ronnie, we offered him a deal that we thought was the right deal but unfortunately he has decided to turn that down.”
“I would like to thank Ronnie for his contribution to the team, he has been fantastic for us. He’s always a smiling face around the training ground and has captained the team to a promotion this season so I would like to wish him well in the future.”
The club would also like to thank Ronnie Henry for his two year stay at Kenilworth Road; he has been a good servant to the club and has proved an inspirational leader, playing a key role in our promotion back to the Football League. We wish him and his family the very best of luck for the future.