Last Updated: 25/05/17 4:48pm
Jesus Navas and Willy Caballero will leave Manchester City following the conclusions of their contracts this summer.
Winger Navas is approaching the end of a four-year deal signed on his arrival from Sevilla in 2013, while goalkeeper Caballero is coming to the end of a three-year contract which he signed after joining from Malaga in 2014.
City have announced their departures along with that of left-back Gael Clichy.
Navas won the Premier League with City in 2014 and leaves with two League Cup winners’ medals having started 117 games for the club.
The 31-year-old Spaniard scored eight times in four seasons, the last of his City goals coming in a League Cup semi-final at Everton in January 2016.
Caballero made 48 appearances for City, including 27 under manager Pep Guardiola this season.
The 35-year-old Argentine’s most notable moment in a City shirt came at the 2016 League Cup final, when his penalty heroics helped to defeat Liverpool.
Caballero told the club’s website: “It’s been a privilege to play for Manchester City. “From the first day I arrived, everyone at the Club has made me feel welcome and I will always be grateful to them.
“To win the League Cup in such dramatic circumstances was special and it’s a day I will never forget.”