Stevenage extend the contract of Luke Freeman

Luke Freeman fires Stevenage in front after a defensive error gifts him the ball. Photo: Danny Loo

Luke Freeman fires Stevenage in front after a defensive error gifts him the ball. Photo: Danny Loo - Credit: Archant

Boro take up one-year option on contract of former Arsenal winger in addition to those of Dean Parrett and Roarie Deacon

Stevenage have extended the deals of three players, including highly-rated winger Luke Freeman.

Boro announced last night that former Spurs midfielder Dean Parrett, currently on the comeback trail from an anterior cruciate ligament injury, and Roarie Deacon have also both had their deals extended by a season after Stevenage triggered options on the contracts of all three.

Parrett arrived at Boro in October on a free transfer and played 16 times for the club last season, scoring one goal.

Deacon played in numerous positions as Boro were relegated from League 1 and returned from ankle surgery to feature in the club’s last two matches of the season.


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