Queens Park Rangers have confirmed Zesh Rehman and Liam Miller are among the players to be leaving Loftus Road.
The Championship club have decided to let five players, including Rehman and Miller, move on when their contracts expire at the end of June.
Rehman joined QPR from West London rivals Fulham three years ago, but has not made a first-team appearance for the club this season.
He started the campaign on loan at Blackpool and has recently been at Bradford City, where he has been offered a permanent contract.
Republic of Ireland midfielder Miller joined QPR from Sunderland in January, but has been released after making 13 appearances.
The Rs have also decided against offering new contracts to youngsters Jake Cole, Danny Maguire and Chris Arthur.
Goalkeeper Cole has recently been on loan at Barnet, while midfielders Maguire and Arthur have had spells at Yeovil Town and Rushden & Diamonds respectively.