TOM King and Conor McLaughlin will leave Millwall this summer.
Goalkeeper King and defender McLaughlin will be out of contract at the end of June and aren't being offered new deals.
King, 24, made his last Millwall appearance in an EFL Cup game against Reading in August 2017 and was on loan at AFC Wimbledon for the first half of last season.
McLaughlin, 27, signed for Millwall on a free transfer from Feetwood Town in the summer of 2017 and was immediately a regular, before Mahlon Romeo became first-choice right-back.
Both players confirmed this week on Twitter they would leave the Lions.
The memories this club has provided me with over the last 5 years have been unbelievable from the lows of relegation to the unrivalled joy of promotion 2 years later. From the fans to all the staff I’ve worked with I wish you all every success. See you soon 👍 pic.twitter.com/MrLWhTpCy0
— Thomas King (@tomking_) May 8, 2019
After a great start, it turned out to be a couple of difficult seasons at millwall but an experience ive learned a lot from. Thanks to everyone at the club, players, staff and fans for making me feel welcome from day one. All the best for the future! pic.twitter.com/ptcHqewGjK
— Conor McLaughlin (@Conormcl91) May 9, 2019
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