Experienced West Brom trio Gareth Barry, James Morrison and Boaz Myhill have not been offered new deals by the club, reports BBC Sport.
However, their Baggies future hasn’t been officially brought to an end necessarily, with the club’s new coach to run the rule over whether to award them fresh deals.
Defender Tyrone Mears and midfielder Wes Hoolahan also make the list of players who haven’t been retained.
Scotland international Morrison leaves the club after 12 years, signing in 2007 from Middlesbrough. The midfielder made just 21 Championship appearances for Albion this year, and leaves Chris Brunt as the club’s longest-serving player.
Myhill leaves the club after nine years, having only made three appearances in the League Cup this season, while 38-year old Gareth Barry leaves after two seasons with the club, having made just 15 league starts this season.