Coventry City Football Club can confirm the players who will be leaving the Sky Blues following the conclusion of the 2020/21 season.
Striker Max Biamou has not been offered a new contract. Max joined in 2017 and was part of the League Two promotion side and the League One title winning team, playing 115 games for the Sky Blues and scoring 26 goals.
Striker Amadou Bakyaoko is leaving Coventry City following the end of his contract in June. Signed in 2018, Baka was part of the League One winning side, playing 85 games for City and scoring 13 goals.
Midfielders Dan Bartlett and Jordan Young, and defenders Joe Newton, Jordon Thompson and Morgan Williams will be leaving the Sky Blues following the expiry of their contracts.
Loans player returning to their parent clubs are Leo Ostigard (Brighton and Hove Albion), Viktor Gyokeres (Brighton and Hove Albion), Ben Sheaf (Arsenal), Sam McCallum (Norwich City) and Matty James (Leicester City).
Manager Mark Robins said: “I would like to thank those who are leaving for their time with us, the contributions that they have made to the Club, and wish them all of the best for their future careers.
“Some of the players that have not been offered new contracts have made big contributions to our success in League Two and League One, and will be fondly remembered by the Club and its supporters for years to come for their efforts on and off the field.”
Everyone at Coventry City wishes all of the players leaving the Club the very best for the future, and thank them all for their hard work and contributions to our success.