Palmer places two on list
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Hatters boss Carlton Palmer has decided the duo are surplus to requirements and wants to ship the pair out to create room for fresh faces.
Both goalkeeper Jones and midfielder Briggs have been virtual ever-presents this term at Edgeley Park but Palmer is showing a ruthless streak as he prepares to wheel and deal.
"Jonah has done well for us at times but at other times he's been costly," said Palmer.
"Like Lee, Briggsy is also on the transfer list and there may have to be one or two more.
"We've played 24 games now and there are a few players who have failed to come upto scratch so I'll have to do something about it. I'm going into the New Year trying to do some wheeling and dealing."
Palmer also confirmed he had accepted an offer from a mystery Third Division club for striker Neil Ross.
He added to the club's official website: "We have agreed a permanent deal for Rossy which, hopefully, will create some money to let me go out and bring a centre back in."