A number of players will leave Motherwell at the conclusion of the 2018/19 season.
The following first team players were either not offered contracts or have informed the club they intend to leave after 31 May 2019.
- Carl McHugh
- Elliott Frear
- Alex Rodriguez Gorrín
- Aaron Taylor-Sinclair
- George Newell
- Christian Mbulu
- Jake Hastie
- Curtis Main
The following reserve players will also depart:
- Shaun Bowers
- Liam Brown
- Shea Gordon
- Kyle MacDonald
- Neil McLaughlin
- Akeal Rehman
- Broque Watson
Four further players will leave as their loan deals expire when the summer transfer window opens again in early June.
- Tom Aldred (Bury)
- Gboly Ariyibi (Nottingham Forest)
- Ross McCormack (Aston Villa)
- Conor Sammon (Heart of Midlothian)
Chris Cadden has been offered an extended contract but is yet to sign.
Craig Tanner has been offered a short-term deal to help ensure he regains full fitness, following a long-term knee injury that has sidelined him since March 2018.
When Craig is fit to rejoin training, he will be assessed by the coaching staff with a view to winning an extended contract.
The following players have already signed pre-contract agreements and will join the club for pre-season training in June.
- Declan Gallagher
- Liam Polworth
- Jake Carroll
- Casper Sloth
“I would like to record my thanks to every player who will leave us in the next few weeks,” ‘Well boss Stephen Robinson said.
“Modern football is such that there is now likely to be a significant turnover of players at most clubs each year.
“We’ve already extended the contracts of numerous players and have confirmed three new faces already by this point.
“We remain committed to keeping at least some of the lads who are currently out of contract or been with us on loan, and those discussions will continue over the summer break.
“We will also look to strengthen the squad and the starting team with more new faces ahead of pre-season training starting on 19 June.”
Motherwell Football Club would like to sincerely thank every player who is leaving Fir Park for the last time and wish them every success in their future careers.