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Transfer news: AFC Wimbledon defender Jim Fenlon turns down new deal

Last Updated: 05/06/14 4:21pm

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Jim Fenlon: Turned down offer of new deal

Jim Fenlon: Turned down offer of new deal

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AFC Wimbledon defender Jim Fenlon has rejected the club's offer of a new deal, Sky Sports understands.

Fenlon is out of contract later this summer and Wimbledon were keen to tie him down to a new deal.

However, the 20-year-old has turned down the club's latest offer and it has emerged that Fenlon has a clause in his current contract which allows him to leave the club without any compensation when his contract expires on July 1st.

The highly-rated right-back, who is also comfortable at left back, has played 41 times for Wimbledon, scoring two goals in the last two seasons, including a stunning long-range strike in last season's Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat away at Brentford.

News of Fenlon's availability on a free transfer has alerted a host of clubs and the defender is sure to have no shortage of suitors this summer.

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