Red Bulls have ended the contracts of Shaun Wright-Phillips, Aurelien Collins, Damien Perrinelle and Kyle Reynish, according to reports.

The Major League Soccer outfit can still keep the players if they want to stay but would have to negotiate a new deal.

Collin’s name came as a surprise considering he featured 23 times for Bulls his term. He joined the club mid-season from Orlando City and he has been key for the club. The 30-year old player was instrumental for the team when Perrinelle picked up injury. The defender covered when Gideon Baah was injured too. However, it is understandable as he had a huge bill even as Orlando picked up a portion.

Many believe the player will return to the side in the new season but the former MLS All Star player would have to agree to a new deal by the club.

Perrinelle’s name did not come too much as a surprise being that he as was injured all through the year. His injuries only allowed him to feature ten times. The club decided to end his contract even though the 33-year old was a major contributor to last year’s success of the club. He seems to have lost his spot in the team permanently to Ronald Zubar.

Wright-Phillips could only rack up 19 appearances after two years. The elder brother of Bradley might have to end his time with the New York side. He was mostly on the bench for most of 2016 and he rarely caused a stir whilst in action. He was in the news recently when Arsenal fans compared forward Alex Iwobi to him when the Gunners failed to defeat PSG in the penultimate round of the Champions League. Arsenal were held to a 2-2 draw with Iwobi being substituted as he couldn’t find the net, leaving the fans to troll him on Twitter, comparing him to Wright-Phillips.

Reynish’s deal expired alongside Ryan Meara but the club renewed Meara’s.