32-year-old Irish midfielder Stephen Quinn and 27-year-old striker Joseph Mendes will both leave the club when their contracts as Royals expire next month.
Mendes scored three goals in 6(+14) appearances for the club after joining the Royals from Le Havre in the summer of 2016. However, the French forward has missed much of this season through injury, playing a part in just four games in 2017-18.
Injury-troubled midfielder Stephen Quinn, meanwhile, has played just twice since October 2016 so leaves the club at the end of his deal in June.
Goalkeeper Jonathan Bond, who spent this season on loan at Peterborough United, is also set to leave the club as his deal comes to an end this summer, while striker Deniss Rakels departs after injury troubles cut his 2016-17 season short and led to two separate loan spells in Poland this season.
Under-23s players Conor Davis and Jake Sheppard are both also departing at the end of their current deals, while second year Academy scholars Gabriel Rosario, Kosta Sparta, Harry Philby, Jack Buchanan, Leon Okuboyejo and Joseph Wilson will leave the club to pursue their careers elsewhere.
We would like to wish all those leaving Reading Football Club the very best of luck in their future careers.