Championship free agents
Ashley Cole signed a short-term contract at Derby in January 2019
With the Championship regular season behind us, we take a look at the players who may be searching for pastures new this summer.
Mark Bunn, Tommy Elphick, Alan Hutton, Mile Jedinak, Micah Richards, Jed Steer, Glenn Whelan.
Alan Hutton looks set to become a free agent when his Aston Villa contract comes to an end on June30
Tomasz Kuszczak, Michael Morrison, Viv Solomon-Otabor.
Tomasz Kuszczak hasn't made a first-team appearance for Birmingham since November 2017
Craig Conway, Paul Downing, Ben Gladwin, Jayson Leutwiler, Jack Rodwell.
Jack Rodwell has been linked with moves to Serie A sides Torino and Sassuolo
Mark Beevers, Will Buckley, Clayton Donaldson, Lloyd Dyer, Jack Hobbs, Mark Little, Craig Noone, Gary O'Neil, Josh Vela, David Wheater, Ben Williams, Marc Wilson.
Phil Parkinson will be bracing himself for a player exodus as Bolton prepare for life in League One
Yoann Barbet, Lewis Macleod, Josh McEachran, Moses Odubajo.
Former Chelsea starlet Josh McEachran is out of contract at Brentford this summer
Frank Fielding, Stefan Marinovic, Niki Maenpaa, Eros Pisano, Jamie Paterson, Antoine Semenyo.
Efe Ambrose, Nick Blackman, Craig Bryson, Jacob Butterfield, Ashley Cole, Bradley Johnson, David Nugent, Marcus Olsson, Alex Pearce, Kelle Roos.
Bradley Johnson will become one of 10 players out-of-contract at Derby when his deal runs out in June
Fraizer Campbell, Evandro, Marcus Henriksen, Will Keane, David Marshall, Ondrej Mazuch, Robbie McKenzie, Liam Ridgewell, James Weir.
Fraizer Campbell is set to hold talks with Nigel Adkins over extending his stay at the KCOM Stadium
Tom Adeyemi, Luke Chambers, James Collins, Simon Dawkins, Josh Emmanuel, Dean Gerken, Jonas Knudsen, Jordan Spence, Grant Ward.
Ipswich boss Paul Lambert will be hoping to tie former West Ham defender James Collins to a fresh deal at Portman Road
Stewart Downing, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos, John Obi Mikel.
Close to triggering a new contract for Middlesbrough, Stewart Downing has been restricted to appearances from the bench of late
Jordan Archer, Tom Elliott, Lee Gregory, Tom King, David Martin, Conor McLaughlin, Steve Morison, Ryan Tunnicliffe.
Millwall frontman Steve Morison is yet to be offered a new deal at The Den
Todd Cantwell, Timm Klose, Ivo Pinto.
Timm Klose could join Ivo Pinto in leaving Norwich
Juan Rafael Fuentes, Stephen Henderson, Jamie Ward.
Jamie Ward hasn't played for Nottingham Forest since late 2017 and spent the first four months of this season on loan at Charlton
Andy Boyle, Michael Howard, Tommy Spurr, Tom Stead.
Jake Bidwell, Jordan Cousins, Darnell Furlong, Grant Hall, Joel Lynch, Angel Rangel, Olamide Shodipo, Pawel Wszolek.
Jake Bidwell joined QPR from local rivals Brentford in 2016
Callum Harriott, Anssi Jaakkola, Paul McShane, John O'Shea.
Reading's John O'Shea announced his intention to retire at the end of April
Laurence Bilboe, Alex Bray, Anthony Forde, Akeem Hinds, Joe Mattock, Joe Newell, Darren Potter, Lewis Price, Jon Taylor, Ryan Williams.
Paul Warne will address new contracts for his players after the recent appointment of head of recruitment Rob Scott
Paul Coutts, Martin Cranie, Conor Washington, Jake Wright.
The vast majority of Chris Wilder's Sheffield United squad will be under contract as they return to the Premier League next season
Almen Abdi, George Boyd, Gary Hooper, David Jones, Kieran Lee, Marco Matias, Frederik Fisker Nielsen, Connor O'Grady, Liam Palmer, Fraser Preston, Daniel Pudil, Keiren Westwood.
Keiren Westwood has returned to the Sheffield Wednesday starting lineup under Steve Bruce
Charlie Adam, Darren Fletcher, Jakob Haugaard.
Charlie Adam made over 150 league appearances during a seven-year spell with Stoke
Wilfried Bony, Leroy Fer, Adam King, Luciano Narsingh, Martin Olsson, Wayne Routledge, Mike van der Hoorn.
Wilfried Bony made seven appearances for Swansea this season, before he joined Qatari club Al-Arabi on loan in January
Gareth Barry, Chris Brunt, Rekeem Harper, Wes Hoolahan, Tyrone Mears, James Morrison, Boaz Myhill.
West Brom midfielder Gareth Barry turned 38 at the end of February
Luke Burgess, Owen Evans, Darron Gibson, Dan Lavercombe, Shaun MacDonald, Gavin Massey, Callum McManaman, Chris Merrie, Jonas Olsson, Nick Powell.
Wigan's Nick Powell reportedly turned down a new deal at the end of 2018
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