Date: 4th May 2018 at 8:10pm
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Doncaster Rovers defender Mathieu Baudry has confirmed that he will not be offered a new deal at the club this summer.

Boss Darren Ferguson spoke ahead of the game with Wigan Athletic this weekend and he confirmed that he had told all the players that will be kept on next season without naming the players.

Baudry, who arrived at the Keepmoat Stadium from Leyton Orient on a two-year deal in the summer of 2016 broke the news via his twitter account today that he will not be remaining at the club next season.

Baudry has struggled with injuries since arriving at Doncaster. He missed the start of last season through injury before making 35 appearances as he helped the club win promotion to League One.

This season, he was sidelined until mid-October, he had another spell out of the side in February, and he has made 26 appearances so far this season.

James Coppinger, Andy Williams, Craig Alcock and Cedric Evina are also out of contract this summer.