Stoke City boss Tony Pulis is expected to offload a raft of fringe players this summer. "I'm expecting players who haven't played a lot of games to come and see me to see what the score is," he said.
"It doesn't mean they haven't been good signings, it just shows how football works and how clubs move on."
Those likely to be wondering about their future will include goalkeeper Steve Simonsen, Michael Tonge, Leon Cort, Ibrahima Sonko and club skipper Andy Griffin, while decisions have to be made shortly on loanees Stephen Kelly and Henri Camara, says The Sentinel.
Striker Vincent Pericard has already been told he can leave when his current contract expires at the end of June.