Ipswich Town have put midfielder Paul Taylor and goalkeeper Scott Loach up for sale.
The pair have struggled to impress manager Mick McCarthy since he became boss back in November 2012.
Loach, who is a Tractor Boys fan himself, was the number one choice when Paul Jewell was in charge but after making a few mistakes during McCarthy’s reign, has had to settle for sitting on the bench for most of the 2013/14 season.
Taylor was signed from Peterborough back in 2012, but he suffered an injury that sidelined him for a number of months.
After some trouble off the field and only small cameos on the field, McCarthy has decided to show him the door.
The former Ireland manager has also stated that he will not be offering Sylvan Ebanks Blake a new deal, after failing to score since joining the East Anglian side on loan.
Meanwhile, McCarthy has said he will wait until July to decide on the future of midfielder Stephen Hunt.