Crusaders duo Matthew Snoddy and Kyle Owens have been made available to other clubs as manager Stephen Baxter begins the process of looking towards the 2020/21 campaign.
Snoddy, 27, has been at Seaview since signing from Greenisland in August 2009 and in his time at the club picked up every domestic medal available alongside making 248 appearances and scoring 27 goals. The midfielder spent a part of last season on loan at Glenavon.
Kyle, brother of striker Jordan, clocked up 48 appearances and three goals during his two stints with the club.
His career has also taken the 27-year-old to Carrick Rangers, Dundela and Knockbreda plus a couple of spells with Ballymena United.