Koukash confirms no more players to leave Salford

Salford owner Dr Marwan Koukash has insisted that no further players will be leaving the club before the end of the season.

Indeed, he anticipates that all the current squad will be in place in 2016, too.

“Everyone has got a contract with the club next year except Scott Taylor,” he told BBC Manchester.

“We’ve not been approached by any other clubs regarding the availability of our other players.

“I’ve heard the same rumours there’s mass numbers of players who want to leave the club.

“The only three that I know of that will not be returning – obviously Kevin Locke has resigned and gone, Theo [Fages], and Tony Puletua is on loan and we won’t be renewing his contract.”

Meanwhile, Koukash also revealed that he was in no rush to deal with the ongoing situation involving club coach Iestyn Harris.

The former Welsh international has been absent from the club for some time now, with his absence originally attributed to “sickness”.

“There’s no timescale. We could wait until the end of the season,” Koukash said.

“We are in no rush to make that decision public and it’s not for public consumption.

“We’ll just wait and discuss it with Iestyn when he and us are ready and we’ll move forward.”

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