Jacques Maghoma, Joe Mattock, Glenn Loovens, Kamil Zayatte and Kieran Lee are also out of contract.
The season is coming to an end and with the international break clubs have plenty of opportunity at this moment in time to consider who will remain at the club and who will not.
That includes those whose contracts are coming to an end.
15 players at Sheffield Wednesday become free agents in the summer, so who should stay and who should go?
Dejan Kelhar – GO
Signed on a free last summer he has spent the entire season on the sidelines with a serious knee injury.
Time to cut losses on this one.
Jacques Maghoma - STAY
He may not be having his best season at the club but he remains a regular for the first-team. Worth keeping.
Rhys McCabe – GO
Barely featured for the club this term. Might be time to send him on his way.
Glenn Loovens - STAY
He’s the club captain and a regular in the team but has suffered with injury problems this year.
Regardless he is a key asset and must be kept on.
Chris Kirkland – GO
A valuable back-up to Kieren Westwood this term his presence is now simply hindering the development of England youngster Cameron Dawson.
Rafael Floro – GO
He may be a Portugal under-20 international but it is hard to see why. A player who will not be missed.
Kieran Lee - STAY
A utility player who will fight to the end. Wednesday would be mad to let him go.
Chris Maguire – STAY
Another regular in the first-team. Surely only a matter of time before he is offered a new deal.
Jose Semedo – STAY
Another vital veteran who should get another year at Hillsborough.
Joe Mattock – STAY
A regular in the side who on his day is a top drawer left-back. A new deal should be tabled.
Kamil Zayatte – GO
Too injury prone and Wednesday could do better. Let him go.
Lewis Buxton – GO
A similar story as Zayatte. Wednesday cannot afford to carry dead weight.
Will De Havilland – GO
Has failed to make an impact since arriving from Millwall. Moist fans will barely know he is gone.
Gary Madine – GO
The troublesome striker is in good form at Blackpool but has perhaps burnt his bridges at Wednesday.
Giles Coke – GO
Not part of Stuart Gray’s plans now, so doubt he will be next season. Best he finds a new club.