Ghana’s Bernard Mensah is one of the players to have been officially released by WatforD.
Ghana midfielder among players released by Watford
In a statement released by the Hornets, the club confirmed that Mensah would not be offered new contracts after their deals expired at the end of the season.
In a statement released by the Hornets, the club confirmed that Mensah, who is a member of the U21 team, George Byers, Josh Doherty, Matt Hall, Jorell Johnson, Mahlondo Martin, Luke Simpson and Alfie Young would not be offered new contracts after their deals expired at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, the Vicarage Road outfit chose offer academy scholars Andrew Eleftheriou, Nathan Gartside, Brandon Mason, Rhyle Ovenden, Charlie Rowan and Connor Stevens professional contracts having impressing during a title-winning season.
Also, Joel Ekstrand will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June. The Swede made 100 appearances with two goals during four years at Vicarage Road.
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