Barnet have offered professional contracts to goalkeeper Kai McKenzie-Lyle and winger Nana Kyei.

However, George Booker, Emmanuel Bowens, Brendon Ocran, Remi Gyimah, Carlito Lawson, Louie Leong and Amar Lewis will not be retained when their scholarships with the Bees finish at the end of this season.

Meanwhile, Jack Taylor and Tane Caubo will wait until the end of the campaign for a decision of their futures while full-back Tom Day has already penned a professional contract at The Hive.

McKenzie-Lyle made his first-team debut as a substitute at Portsmouth earlier this season after Jamie Stephens was sent off.

The 18-year-old stopper has been a regular on the bench this season owing to Graham Stack’s lengthy absence through injury.

Kyei, 18, has been named as a substitute twice for League Two games recently but failed to get on against Plymouth Argyle or Accrington Stanley.