Cheltenham want to shift five more of their higher earners off the wage bill before tomorrow's loan deadline.
Defenders Shane Duff and Alan Wright, midfielders Josh Low and John Finnigan, and striker Paul Connor have all been made available for loan as finances continue to tighten at Whaddon Road. The last three home attendances have all been under 3,000 - 1,000 short of their original break-even target.
The five to be loaned have combined experience of over 1,700 games, and will leave a squad of mostly under 21's behind should they all leave. Of note to Bulls fans will be John Finnigan, best mate of Bulls striker Steve Guinan and the man who persuaded Guinan to leave the Bulls in 2004.
Connor revealed at the weekend that he was due to go to Northampton in a swap for loan striker Leon Constantine until injury blocked the move. The Robins already have seven players out on loan.