Stoke boss Tony Pulis has told Andy Griffin and Michael Tonge that they can leave the club.
Both players spent time on loan in the Championship last season with Reading and Derby respectively, and Pulis admits he will not stand in their way.
Pulis is looking to trim some of his squad members over the course of this summer ahead of their third season in the Premier League.
Yes, I'm open to offers for several players, including Griff and Tongey," Pulis told The Sentinel.
Ibrahima Sonko and Tom Soares also understood to be amongst those who could be allowed to leave.
"I'm not kicking any of these players out of the club," he continued. "But if offers come in for any of them, then we will speak to those involved."
Pulis, though, is welcoming back Carl Dickinson, Ryan Shotton, Ben Marshall and Diego Arismendi into the fold after all four spent time on loan in the Football League last term.
"Now we will want to see them come back and impress with their work-rate and attitude in pre-season before deciding whether another loan spell will do them good," he said.
Pulis also confirmed his retained list for the coming season with youth midfielder Nathaniel Wedderburn released alongside Amdy Faye.
The club have offered Salif Diao a new 12-month deal, while Danzelle St Louis-Hamilton is considering a short-term contract.