Players set to depart in summer re-building mission...
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock has placed six players on the transfer list and has told five more their contracts won't be renewed.
The boss met with all his playing staff individually on Wednesday when he informed them of his decisions, and a total of 11 senior players could now be set to leave the club this summer as the manager looks to re-build for the new season.
Midfielder Adam Clayton, strikers Ramon Nunez and Billy Paynter, defenders Paul Connolly and Andy O'Brien, and goalkeeper Paul Rachubka are the contracted players who have been placed on the transfer list.
In addition, Alex Bruce, Lloyd Sam, Mikael Forsell, Danny Webber and Maik Taylor are the players who have been informed that their contracts will not be renewed and are free to leave the club this summer.
Of the players to be placed on the transfer list Clayton has been the most prolific this season with the midfielder having made 46 appearances, scoring six goals, including the Goal of the Season winner, against Leicester in November.
Connolly has figured 30 times this term, but Nunez and Paynter have found their appearances limited. Rachubka has made seven appearances, and has spent much of the season on loan, first at Tranmere then at Leyton Orient.
O'Brien has made 38 appearances since joining the club, initially on loan in October 2010, but he has figured just six times this season.
Of the players not being offered new deals Bruce was the only one to start the final game of the season against Leicester City. Bruce, the longest serving of the out of contract players, has figured just seven times this term, and made 32 appearances during his two years with the club.
Webber, who joined on a short-term deal in February, and Forssell, who was signed until the end of the season last September, both came on as substitutes against Leicester.
Winger Sam, who was signed in the summer of 2010 and has made 39 appearances for the club, including just three starts this season, was loaned out to Notts County in March.
Goalkeeper Taylor, another short-term signing, was loaned to Millwall in March with a view to joining the London club on a longer-term basis.
In addition to the above players, Ben Parker and Mika Vayrynen had their contracts cancelled last month while loan man Darren O'Dea was told that the club would not be making his move permanent.
See Neil Warnock's reaction on the LUTV Freeview player on Wednesday evening and on Yorkshire Radio