Gael Clichy has confirmed that he will leave Manchester City when his contract expires this summer.
The French left-back, who signed for the club in 2011, is one of seven senior players whose deals are up in July.
Pablo Zabaleta is the only other of those to have officially announced that he is leaving, and he was honoured with an emotional send-off following City's final home game of the season last week.
But now Clichy has told fans at an exclusive screening of 93:20, a City-made documentary about Sergio Aguero's league title-winning goal in 2012, that he will not be signing a new deal.
During a Q&A session with supporters, he was asked if he would be playing with Joe Hart next season.
Hart is on loan at Torino and City are looking to find a permanent buyer this summer, and Clichy made clear he would not play alongside the England international even if Pep Guardiola had a shock change of heart over the goalkeeper.
"It's hard," he said. "I'm not sure whether or not Joe will be here next season, and I won't be here next season."
As well as Clichy and Zabaleta, Bacary Sagna, Willy Caballero, Jesus Navas, Yaya Toure and Tosin Adarabioyo are out of contract this summer.
Goal understands Sagna will follow his fellow full-backs out of the door, along with Caballero.
Navas has been offered a one-year extension but has also held talks over a return to boyhood club Sevilla on a three-year deal.
Adarabioyo has agreed terms on a new contract, however, while Toure appears likely to be offered another year-long deal.