The likes of Matthew Upson, Paul Konchesky and Marcin Wasilewski are also out of contract in the summer.
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.
11 players at Leicester City become free agents in the summer, so who should stay and who should go?
Esteban Cambiasso - STAY
The Argentine has proved that class is permanent. However, if they go down, he is unlikely to stick around.
Anthony Knockaert - GO
Has been reduced to a bit-part player this season and would likely be reluctant to stay anyway. Letting him go makes sense.
Matthew Upson - GO
The veteran defender has barely made an impact since arriving in the summer. He should be moved on.
Paul Konchesky - STAY
Yes, he has been sent off this season, twice. But he remains a vital part of the squad that they should keep on board for now.
Marcin Wasilewski - STAY
The Pole has handled himself in the Premier League. He has earned a new deal with the Foxes.
Dean Hammond - GO
Has struggled for first-team football lately and is likely to want assurances on that front. Leicester cannot offer them, so should let him find another club.
Conrad Logan - GO
The club's longest serving player, having been with Leicester since 2001. However, he has only played
30 times in the nine years he has had as a pro at the club.
Let him go seek first team football elsewhere.
Zoumana Bakayogo - GO
The defender has struggled with injury for a long time now and is never going to cut it at the KP Stadium.
James Pearson - GO
He may be the manager's son, but he is no Alex Bruce. Time to cut the cord.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher - GO
The cult footballing hero is surely on his way out.
Paul Gallagher - GO
After two seasons on loan with Preston North End surely in the summer he will finally join them permanently.