Coventry skipper Sammy Clingan will leave the club this summer having been unable to agree a new deal.
The Northern Ireland international sees his current contract expire next month and has opted not to renew following City's relegation to League One.
Coventry were keen to keep hold of the midfielder and talks had been ongoing for some time, but it was revealed at the start of May that Clingan had rejected the offer.
And it has now been officially announced on Thursday that the 28-year-old will be departing the Ricoh Arena on a free transfer.
The Sky Blues have also revealed defender Hermann Hreidarsson, who joined on a short-term deal in January but made just two appearances before getting injured, will also be leaving along with striker Freddy Eastwood and third-choice goalkeeper Danny Ireland.