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    by Published on 28th May 2014 16:47

    Stevenage are lining up a move for Brentford striker Luke Norris. The 20-year-old scored once in three games for the Bees this season and also enjoyed successful loan spells at Northampton Town and Dagenham & Redbridge. Norris smashed five goals in nine starts for the Cobblers before netting four times for the Daggers in the second half of the campaign. The Brentford youth-team graduate is among several development squad players being offered a new deal at Griffin Park with his contract due to expire in the summer. However, Stevenage, Dagenham and Northampton are among a string of clubs who have shown an interest in signing the Hertfordshire-based hitman. Brentford would be entitled to compensation should Norris decide to move elsewhere.
    by Published on 28th May 2014 06:19

    Brentford manager Mark Warburton has confirmed he will offer a new deal to striker Clayton Donaldson. The 30-year-old was the west London club's top scorer in 2013-14, scoring 18 goals in 48 appearances. "When we first spoke to him about a new contract earlier in the season he said he wanted to play in the Championship and ideally that would be with Brentford," Warburton said. "I have spoken to him and conversations have been positive. I hope we can wrap up Clayton's future quickly."
    by Published on 21st May 2014 11:47

    Brentford are keeping tabs on Caen centre-back Molla Wague. The Bees are battling it out with Crystal Palace and Norwich for the Mali international, according to Sky Sports. Wague is out of contract this summer after helping Caen win promotion to France's Ligue 1. The 23-year-old, who progressed through the ranks at the club, is yet to agree terms on a new deal and could move on in the close season. Bastia are also believed to be keen on the former France Under-19 international, who appeared for Mali at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
    by Published on 20th May 2014 13:06

    Championship newcomers Brentford are among those being linked with the Bristol Rovers' player of the season Michael Smith – with a clutch of Football League clubs queuing up to land the defender. At least two League One outfits are also understood to be targeting the talented right-back, with Peterborough United and Barnsley both expressing an interest in the 25-year-old. Smith currently has another season left on his existing contract with the Pirates and the club have offered him a new and extended deal in a bid to keep him at the Memorial Stadium and would command a fee should any of the interested parties firm up their interest with an official offer.

    Former Rovers boss Paul Buckle signed Smith from Northern Ireland Premiership club Ballymena United in 2011. He has since made 84 league starts for Rovers with a further 17 appearances from the bench and was one of their most consistent performers during a disastrous campaign which saw them drop from the Football League on the final day of the season.
    by Published on 19th May 2014 15:13

    Brentford have rekindled their interest in Bristol Rovers defender Tom Parkes. Bees boss Mark Warburton is hopeful of adding as many as three new faces to his newly-promoted squad in the next few weeks. On Warburton's summer shopping list is a left-sided defender, box-to-box midfielder and a striker as he tries to bolster his ranks for the Championship campaign. Brentford looked at Parkes last summer but failed to follow up their interest with a concrete offer. However, the 22-year-old, who came through the same Leicester City academy side as Warburton's son, Jack, has continued to catch the eye for the Gas this term. Parkes still has two years to run on his deal at the Memorial Ground, where he has racked up more than 100 appearances
    by Published on 19th May 2014 14:00

    Brentford manager Mark Warburton admits Marcello Trotta's future is out of his hands. The Fulham frontman scored 13 goals in 40 games during a successful season-long loan spell with the Bees as they won promotion to the Championship. Warburton wants to sign Trotta on a permanent basis, but the Italian under-21 international still has 12 months remaining on his contract at Craven Cottage. Trotta, who is being chased by clubs in England and abroad, is waiting to discover whether he figures in Fulham's plans for the forthcoming campaign. "Marcello is a Fulham player," said Warburton. "They are in our division now, so I don't know what they have planned for him. If he doesn't figure in their plans then it would be great to talk to him. He enjoyed his time at Brentford." Warburton also wants to re-sign Alan Judge from Blackburn and Chelsea's George Saville
    by Published on 16th May 2014 11:56

    Defender Aaron Pierre has left Brentford and signed for Wycombe Wanderers. The 21-year-old was offered a new contract by The Bees after three successful years as part of Brentford’s Development Squad. He turned down that deal to join Sky Bet League Two Wycombe, where he spent time on loan at the end of the 2013/14 season. The two clubs have agreed an undisclosed compensation agreement for the left sided defender and Aaron signed for Wycombe today. Ose Aibangee, Brentford FC Academy Director, said: “We would like to wish Aaron all the best for the future. We took him as a raw 18-year-old and have watched him develop over the past three years. He has been given the opportunity to play First Team football immediately and has decided that is right for him. We would have liked to see how he developed if he had stayed at Brentford but I respect his decision. Wycombe is a good club, Aaron did well there on loan and I am sure he will make an impact at League Two level.”

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