Barnet Football Club are delighted to announce that Kai McKenzie-Lyle and Nana Kyei have been offered professional contracts with the Bees for next season.
Goalkeeper McKenzie-Lyle made his Barnet debut earlier in the campaign, when he came on as a substitute at Fratton Park against Portsmouth.
Young midfielder Kyei has been involved with the first team squad in recent weeks – he was on the subs bench for Barnet’s clashes with Plymouth Argyle and Accrington Stanley.
Tom Day has also agreed professional terms, after being offered a new contract earlier this season.
Despite their best efforts for the Under 18’s, George Booker, Emmanuel Bowens, Brendon Ocran, Remi Gyimah, Carlito Lawson, Louie Leong and Amar Lewis will not be offered new deals.
Everyone at Barnet FC would like to thank those players for their service to the club, and wish them all the best for the future.
Meanwhile, a decision on the future of second year scholars Jack Taylor and Tane Caubo will be made at the end of the current campaign.