Wycombe Wanderers have revealed which players will be leaving the club once their contracts expire.

The club achieved promotion to the Championship on Monday, after they defeated Oxford United 2-1 in the League One play-off final at Wembley.

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Confirming the news on July 17, the Chairboys revealed players such as Sido Jombati, Jamie Mascoll, Jacob Gardiner-Smith and Craig Mackail-Smith are to leave the club this summer.

Mascoll and Gardiner-Smith both joined Wycombe a year ago with the former playing eight times for the club this season whilst the latter only played three games for Wycombe – all in the EFL trophy.

Gardiner-Smith was then loaned out to Braintree in December.

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Mackail-Smith, who was part of the promoting-winning side of 2017/18, his first season at the club, leaves Adams Park more than a year-and-a-half since his last Wycombe outing – a 2-0 home defeat against Coventry City on New Years Day 2019.

He played 68 games for the Chairboys in all competitions, and scored 13 goals for the club.

And Sido Jombati departs the club after six years.

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The Portuguese right back was one of the club’s first seasons after their miracle at Torquay six years ago, and played nearly 200 games for Gareth Ainsworth’s men.

The club also confirmed that Matt Bloomfield, Joe Jacobson, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Alex Pattison and Anthony Stewart have all agreed new deals to keep them at the club, as they prepare for Championship football.