Wycombe Wanderers are holding contract talks with four current players in the hopes of keeping them at the club next season.

Gareth Ainsworth’s side shall be playing their football in League 1 next campaign after gaining promotion from League 2. With their promotion confirmed, they’re now hoping to tie Joe Jacobson, Marcus Bean, Sido Jombati and Yves Ma-Kalambay to new deals according to the Bucks Free Press.

All four players are vital to the Wycombe squad and the Chairboys want to ensure that they’ll be a part of the squad playing in League 1 next season.

Joe Jacobson played in over 50 games in all competitions for the club during the 2017/18 season and chipped in with six goals and six assists along the way and became one of the most impressive players in the league.

The full-back is an important part of the side and Ainsworth is determined to keep him at the club, while Ma-Kalambay is a player that the club are hoping to keep despite the fact he only made one appearance in League 2.

The DR Congo man may have to step in to replace Scott Brown, who has left the club and is joining Port Vale. Gareth Ainsworth is a fan of the goalkeeper and is hopeful that he too can be tied to a new deal.

Marcus Bean featured in 31 League 2 games for Wycombe and offers another option for the club in midfield. The Jamaican has been with the Chairboys since 2015 and with his contract expiring, he too is in contract renewal talks.

Finally, Sido Jombati has also opened contract talks with the club. He, like Joe Jacobson, plays as a full-back for the club and although he didn’t feature in as many games as Jacobson – He played 20 times in League 2 for Wycombe Wanderers in the 2017/18 season) – he remains a decent player to have in the squad.

Wycombe Wanderers have already seen five other players put pen-to-paper on new deals at the club so far and Gareth Ainsworth shall be hoping that figure rises to nine players with Jacobson, Ma-Kalambay, Bean and Jombati.


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