Trio leave Vale

Prosser, Glover and Davidson head for pastures news

Glover: Vale exit

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Port Vale have allowed Luke Prosser, Danny Glover and Ross Davidson to leave the club with immediate effect.

The trio have departed the League Two outfit having been told they will not be offered new contracts by manager Micky Adams in the summer.

Defender Prosser has joined Blue Square Premier side Kidderminster, where team-mate James Lawrie is also currently on loan, for the remaining 10 games of their season.

Striker Glover and midfielder Davidson, meanwhile, have both linked up with Stafford Rangers in the Blue Square North.

Prosser and Glover had played bit-part roles for Vale this season while Davidson has not even managed a single appearance, with all three sent out on loan elsewhere.

They will now hope to impress sufficiently enough between now and May to earn contracts at their loan clubs.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Daniel Lloyd-Weston's Vale Park career is also set to come to an end after being told he will not get a new contract in the summer, but no loan deal has been lined up in his case.