Date: 12th July 2014 at 9:37pm
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Mathieu Baudry is the latest Orient player to be interesting several Championship sides.

According to Sky Sports, the French defender is wanted by Bournemouth, Brentford and Charlton, who are all preparing bids.

Not only has Baudry been linked with those teams, it has also been mentioned that defender has a £200,000 buy-out clause in his current contract, which runs until 2016.

If Baudry does have a buy-out clause in his existing contract, £200,000 seems to be awfully low for a player who has been a key member of the O’s squad over the past two seasons.

The Frenchman has formed an excellent partnership with Nathan Clarke in the centre of defence and made 46 appearances for Orient last season.

New Leyton Orient owner Francesco Becchetti revealed at Thursday’s press conference that he had asked O’s manager Russell Slade for a list of the key players at the club and Baudry’s name is expected to be included within that list.

So now that the news of a potential buy-out clause has been made public knowledge, could the Frenchman be set for talks over a new contract to fend off any interest?

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