Here is a look at five Luton Town players who are out of contract in June and face an uncertain future with Graeme Jones’ side-
Kazenga LuaLua- The winger re-joined the Hatters last summer after helping in their League One title triumph last season. He has played for the likes of Newcastle United, Brighton and Hove Albion, QPR and Sunderland in the past and could be searching for a new club soon.
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu- He has played for Luton since signing for them in 2014 from West Ham United. The 26-year-old has been on their books since they were in the Conference (National League) and has racked up just under 250 appearances for the club.
Luke Berry- His three-year contract he penned after joining in 2017 from Cambridge United is coming to an end. The midfielder played a key part in the Hatters’ back-to-back promotion from League Two to the Championship but his future at Kenilworth Road is now up in the air.
Marek Stech- The once-capped Czech Republic international is expected to move on when his contract expires this summer. The ‘keeper has fallen down the pecking order behind Simon Sluga and James Shea and is likely to be weighing up his next move.
Danny Hylton- Like a large majority of current Luton players, the experienced striker has also risen up through the leagues with the Bedfordshire club. The ex-Aldershot Town and Oxford United man has had his injury problems this season and has not really had a proper crack at the second tier.