Tyler told he can leave

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Peterborough goalkeeper Mark Tyler has been told he can leave London Road if he finds a new club over the summer.

The 32-year-old, who still has a year to run on his contract with Posh, has failed to make a first-team appearance this season and had a successful two-month loan spell with League Two promotion-chasers Bury.

And with the club preparing for life in the Championship, they have informed Tyler that his future lies elsewhere.

"He did very well at Bury and we all know that he is a good keeper, but if another club did come in for him he would probably be allowed to leave," assistant manager Kevin Russell told the Evening Telegraph.

Tyler has fallen behind Joe Lewis and James McKeown in the pecking order at London Road and the last of his 428 appearances for Peterborough came in January 2008.

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