Coventry City Football Club can announce its retained list following the conclusion of the 2019/20 season.
Forward Jordy Hiwula leaves following the end of his contract, having played 61 games and scored 17 goals in his two years with the Club.
Defender Junior Brown leaves the Sky Blues. He spent this season on loan at Scunthorpe United and made 23 appearances for City after joining last campaign.
Winger Reise Allasani, who made 6 appearances for the Club since joining in 2018, also leaves at the conclusion of his contract, but will remain with the Sky Blues until his injury rehabilitation is completed.
Charlie Wakefield also departs the Club, having made 11 appearances since he joined the Sky Blues in January 2019.
Academy product Callum Maycock leaves the Club when his contract expires this June. The midfielder made his first-team debut in November 2016 and made 12 appearances for the Sky Blues, spending this season on loan at Leamington.
Winger Dexter Walters, who also spent time on loan at Leamington this season, leaves the Sky Blues – he made one EFL Trophy appearance for the Club, having joined in 2018.
Bouwe Bosma and Jak Hickman will also leave Coventry City at the end of their contracts this month.
A one-year option in the contracts of Amadou Bakayoko, Zain Westbrooke and Jordan Young have all been taken up.
The Sky Blues have entered contract negotiations with young goalkeeper Tom Billson.
Meanwhile, professional contracts have been offered to two scholars: defender Blaine Rowe and goalkeeper Cian Tyler. Callum Martin has been released.
PLAYERS OUT OF CONTRACT AND RELEASED:
CONTRACT OPTION EXERCISED:
RE-ENGAGEMENT – ENTERED INTO NEGOTIATIONS/CONTRACT OFFERED:
PLAYERS UNDER CONTRACT:
LOAN PLAYERS RETURNING TO PARENT CLUBS FOLLOWING END OF LOAN CONTRACT:
Callum O’Hare (Aston Villa)
Ryan Giles (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Liam Walsh (Bristol City)
Sam McCallum (Norwich City)
Manager Mark Robins said: “I would like to thank those who are leaving, for their time with us, their contribution to the Club, and wish them all of the best for their future careers.
“Many of the players who brought the League One title and promotion to the Club, and so many great moments during the season, remain under contract with us, and we look forward to working together with them in the Championship as our squad continues to develop.
“We have already started our work in recruiting players for next season to continue to improve the team, and we are all excited for the campaign ahead.”