Nigel Adkins has confirmed that Charlton Athletic are still in talks with Adam Matthews and Jake Forster-Caskey.
Both players will become free agents tomorrow.
Right-back Matthews, 29, has played 58 matches for Charlton.
Forster-Caskey won the club’s Player of the Year award. The midfielder suffered cruciate knee ligament damage towards the very end of the 2020-21 campaign.
“I want Adam to stay and I think Adam wants to stay,” Adkins told the South London Press. “Negotiations go on – that’s where we are with it. I spoke to him Saturday, he wants to be at the club. I want him to be at the club.
“With Jake Forster-Caskey, the negotiations are going on with his contract as well.
“This is what happens. Stevie Gallen, Ged Roddy and the owner…they are doing all the business side of it.”
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