Feyenoord are seemingly planning for next term by confirming Civard Sprockel, Sigourney Bandjar, Jesper Hogedoorn and Ivan Bandalovski will not be handed new deals.
The Rotterdam outfit have once again come up short in the title race, with Sunday's defeat at the hands of ADO Den Haag ending their slim hopes of catching PSV Eindhoven.
With the title dream over, coach Erwin Koeman is ready to clear the decks and the quartet will have to find new homes for next term.
Sprockel and Bandjar are currently on loan at Excelsior, while goalkeeper Hogedoorn and defender Bandalovski have been plying their trade for Feyenoord's reserves.
A number of other players are set to learn their fate in the near future, with Danko Lazovic (loaned to Partizan Belgrade), Gabor Babos (loaned to NEC Nijmegen), Glenn Loovens (loaned to Cardiff City), Ferne Snoyl (loaned to Aberdeen), Gianni Zuiverloon (pictured) (loaned to RKC Waalwijk), Benjamin de Ceulaer (loaned to RKC) and Alfred Schreuder waiting on news from the Feyenoord board.
Feyenoord, meanwhile, are set to appoint Rinus Israel, who had a spell as coach at De Kuip, as a scout.