NAC Breda have revealed that Arno van Zwam, Tony Vidmar and Tamas Peto will not be handed new deals in the summer.
The three veterans have given decent service to NAC, but the club appear to be looking to bring in fresh blood as they will be allowed to move on.
Hungarian midfielder Peto has been with NAC since 2001, van Zwam joined the club in 2003 and Vidmar (pictured) arrived last summer.
Peto and van Zwam have struggled with injuries this term and it comes as little surprise that their deals will not be renewed, but Vidmar has played 20 times. However, it seems that he did not do enough to merit a new contract.
Adnan Barakat, Robert Braber and Bart van den Eede will also move on in the summer, with the loan trio set to return to FC Eindhoven, Helmond Sport and NEC Nijmegen respectively.