Republic of Ireland international Richard Dunne will not have his contract renewed with Aston Villa according to a report in the Express.
After a series of injuries, Paul Lambert will not renew Dunne's €50,000-a-week contract which is set to expire this summer.
The 33-year-old centre back has not featured for Villa in over a year after sustaining several injury set-backs, with his last game coming in the 2-0 loss away to Norwich City on May 13 2012.
Dunne played for Ireland at Euro 2012 following the end of the 2011-2012 season but has since been out of action after sustaining recurring groin and hip injuries.
The defender was brought to Villa Park from Manchester City for a fee of £5 million in 2009 by Martin O'Neill.
Meanwhile, former Republic of Ireland youth international Chris McCann has opted not to renew his contract with English Championship outfit Burnley.
The 25-year-old midfielder joined Burnley from Home Farm in 2004, making over 250 appearances for the club.