The 3 Huddersfield Town players who may not play for the club again

Huddersfield Town have a relegation fight to remain focused on, but Andre Breitenreiter and co should also have an eye on the summer transfer window.

Huddersfield Town, regardless of which division they play in next season, will see the need to clear the decks from their side. Some of those who left the John Smith’s Stadium may have played their last game for the club..

With that in mind, let’s look at three players who may no longer be playing for the Terriers…Jordan RhodesCult hero Rhodes could do it all for Huddersfield Town between 2009 and 2012. In 148 games, Rhodes hit 86 goals and provided 14 assists before joining the club from Sheffield Wednesday in 2021.Rhodes has scored 10 goals and provided three assists during that time, although he is currently on loan at League One side Blackpool. . This season, he scored 15 goals and provided three assists in 25 games. His contract expires this summer and he could be on the move.Connor Mahoney27-year-old winger Mahoney has signed a contract with Londoners Millwall Terriers in the summer of 2022. His time in West Yorkshire has seen Blackburn-born Wideman make just 11 appearances.\ nHe is currently on loan at League Two side Gillingham, where he has made 27 appearances for the Gills this season, scoring five goals and providing three assists. His two-year contract expires this summer and given Town’s limited number of appearances, it looks like his time may be up at the end of this season..

Aaron RoweHuddersfield Town signed London Rowe from Leyton Orient in February 2018. He has had loan spells with Boston United, Bromley and Stockport County and is currently at League Two side Crewe Alexandra.His contract with Huddersfield Town expires in June. With that in mind, and the Terriers having played just 27 times, a move away from the club could be in jeopardy..

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