Coventry manager Chris Coleman has revealed that goalkeeper Andy Marshall will leave the club in the summer while defender Marcus Hall has been offered a new one-year deal.
Marshall has earned praise for his influence on the younger members of the Sky Blues' squad but, with competition for places intense, Coleman insists he has little option.
The 33-year-old joined Coventry in 2006, however, Coleman believes Demitrios Konstantopoulos, who is currently on loan at Swansea, and Daniel Ireland are the future.
"It is a conversation I didn't want to have with Andy," Coleman told the Coventry Telegraph.
"But we have Dimi Konstantopoulos who has still got another year on his contract and young Danny Ireland coming through.
"Andy has been fantastic for us and we will do all we can to help him find a new club."
Meanwhile, veteran Hall - who is in his testimonial year - is set to be rewarded with an extended 12-month contract due to his on and off-field contribution at the Ricoh Arena.