Nottingham Forest will be trying to balance the books this summer, as they look to comply with Financial Fair Play.
Forest are currently having to work within transfer restrictions and it means that they are limited with who they can bring in.
The Reds will have to make do with loan signings and free agents until they can raise some funds to make sure their expenditure and income levels out.
Crucial to doing this will be to ensure that they sell players at the right price, and in this piece we take a look at three players Forest should be looking to offload in the coming months.
The Forest attacking midfielder has spent the entirety of this season out on loan at Huddersfield Town, where he has struggled to make an impact.
It sums up the problems that Majewski has been having recently and it seems now is the time for Forest to sell the 31-year-old.
Majewski has been a good servant for the Reds, but it appears that he is past his best now and Forest will need to move him on to make room for any new addition they should make this summer.
Paterson had a brilliant first season at Forest, but this campaign has been a really disappointing one for the 23-year-old.
He has scored just one goal in 24 appearances for the Reds and he seems out of favour with Dougie Freedman.
The winger has only played twice since February and spending this amount of time on the substitutes' bench is doing nothing for his development.
His chances are only set to become more limited, too, with Freedman telling the Nottingham Post of his desire to sign a winger.
It means that a move could be best for the club and player and there would likely be a lot of suitors should Forest make Paterson available.
The central midfielder doesn't seem to have the ability to kick Forest on at this stage of his career and he should be offloaded in the summer.
Vaughan has had to wait for a chance this season, but when his opportunities have come along he has failed to seize them.
As a result, he is only likely to be kept as back-up and, considering his age, it could be best for both parties that he moves on.