Bristol City trio Tristan Plummer, Frankie Artus and Ashley Kington are all set to leave the club in the summer when their contracts expire.
The youngsters will not have their contracts renewed and the club is helping them to find new clubs.
Plummer has previously been on trial in England and France while Artus, who has been out recently with a groin injury, has been training with other clubs. Kington scored the only goal for the reserves against Reading in front of a number of scouts on Wednesday.
Caretaker manager Keith Millen told the club's official website: "We're helping them out as much as we can. We want to play them in the reserve games to get scouts and people along to watch them.
"Tristan's in France on trial and we were hoping to get Frankie fit so he could play in front of a number of clubs in the reserves.
"We're speaking to a number of clubs about their availability for next season and hopefully they'll all find deals elsewhere."