Plymouth Argyle are currently not in a position to offer any out-of-contract players a new deal yet, as per a report by Plymouth Live.
Antoni Sarcevic, who has been linked with Salford City this past week, is one of the Pilgrims’ key men who is set to become a free agent at the end of this month as it stands.
There is no doubt that Ryan Lowe’s side will be eager to keep the midfielder at the club this summer. However, the longer his future stays unresolved, the more chance Salford have chance of swooping in and offer him a deal.
Sarcevic, who is 28 years old, has been a key player for Plymouth over the past four seasons and has made 130 appearances for the Pilgrims, scoring 21 goals.
Their Director of Football Neil Dewsnip has said, as per Plymouth Live: “Ryan (Lowe) has already spoken to all the players to keep them informed. What he is keeping them informed about is what every other football club is saying to their players.
“That is until a) we know what league we are and b) we know when we are going to restart training and playing, we are just not ready at this stage to commit to anything in terms of who is getting a contract, or who isn’t, or how much.
“It’s very difficult for Ryan as a manager and equally very difficult for the players as well.”
Prior to his move to Home Park, Sarcevic had spells with the likes of Crewe Alexandra, Chester, Fleetwood Town and Shrewsbury Town.
The Manchester-born midfielder could be back on his way to familiar surroundings this summer if Salford can snatch him away from Plymouth with his future down south currently up in the air.