Feyenoord are looking to offload four more players from their squad.
Maikel Aerts, Patrick Mtiliga, Karim Saidi and Ali Boussaboun have all been informed they are surplus to requirements and can leave the club.
The Kuip club are desperate to cut costs and have already parted with an incredible 31 players this summer.
They have sent several of those out on loan, but are only prepared to do short-term deals with clubs who will pay the players' wages in full.
The latest quartet could also be loaned out, with FC Twente and NAC Breda both reportedly interested in Danish left back Mtiliga.
Tunisia international Saidi (pictured) spent the tail end of last season on loan at Serie A side Lecce and looks set to return to Italy this term.