Dundee United have allowed Francisco Sandaza and Jennison Myrie-Williams to leave the club.
The club announced the pair had left Tannadice by "mutual consent".
Front man Sandaza scored 11 goals for United in 43 games after joining the club from Spanish reserve outfit Valencia Mestalla in 2008.
The 25-year-old was allowed to go on trial at Championship outfit Swansea earlier this month but manager Brendan Rodgers opted against signing the Spaniard.
Myrie-Williams made 28 appearances for the Scottish side, mainly from the bench after arriving from Bristol City in 2009.
The 22-year-old scored twice for the club but has been told he is free to play his football elsewhere.