Brentford in talks with three players for next season

15:01 08 May 2012

Uwe Rosler

Uwe Rosler

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Bees boss already looking to bring in new faces for next season

Brentford manager Uwe Rosler has confirmed that he has offered three un-named players a contract for next season.

The Bees made their first signing for next season, with the capture of Northern Ireland international Stuart Dallas last month and manager Uwe Rosler is keen to bolster his options.

“We have already offered three new players contracts for next season and are awaiting their answers,” Rosler said.

“We are working intensively on the squad for next year.

“Everyone will go away and rest now and come back refreshed for the start of pre-season training and the 2012/13 season.”

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