OXFORD United have announced they will be releasing five first-team players when their contracts expire next month.

It is the outcome of meetings held with the squad in the past week with head coach Karl Robinson.

Strikers Jon Obika and Jonte Smith will move on, along with centre backs Charlie Raglan and Fiacre Kelleher.

Back-up goalkeeper Scott Shearer (below), 38, is retiring.

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A further four players were on deals which ended this summer.

New contracts have been offered to Curtis Nelson and Rob Hall, with United yet to receive a response.

An option has been taken up on Jack Stevens to keep the goalkeeper for an extra 12 months, while John Mousinho triggered an appearance-related clause earlier in the campaign.

Also read: Details of players released across the EFL this summer

Players out of contract this summer who will be released:

  • Fiacre Kelleher
  • Jon Obika
  • Charlie Raglan
  • Scott Shearer
  • Jonte Smith

Players who are still undergoing discussions:

  • Rob Hall
  • Curtis Nelson

Options taken up/clauses triggered

  • John Mousinho
  • Jack Stevens