Sky Sports understands that League One new boys Swindon are poised to snap up Andy Williams and James Collins on free transfers.
The Robins are in the process of piecing together a squad they hope will be competitive in the third tier next season.
A number of players have been made available for transfer, with it likely that there will be plenty of comings and goings at the County Ground this summer.
Among those to be drafted in could be strike duo Williams and Collins, with the former out of contract after two productive years at Yeovil.
The 25-year-old frontman netted 16 times in League One last season, proving he has what it takes to trouble third tier defences.
Collins, meanwhile, has dropped into the free agent pool after seeing his deal run down at Shrewsbury.
The 21-year-old former Aston Villa trainee, who netted 16 goals in 2011/12, is understood to be attracting plenty of interest.
Shrewsbury have put fresh terms to him, but it is understood that he will be heading for pastures new this summer.