Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, who have six players - including Yaya Toure - with contracts expiring, have revealed their next four departures.
The club have already confirmed that Pablo Zabaleta has departed the club, and they have now revealed that Gael Clichy, Jesus Navas and Willy Caballero will also leave the club.
Clichy joined the Citizens in 2011 from Arsenal and has gone to make over 200 appearances, helping the club win two Premier League titles and two League Cups.
Navas, on the other hand, joined City in 2013 from Sevilla and has made 183 appearances, wining one League title in the process.
Caballero has spent the least time at City compared to the other two departures, as he only joined the club in 2014 but had largely been seen as a second choice goalkeeper.
Sagna was the fourth player to be released by City on Thursday. The Frenchman, who joined City from Arsenal in 2014, made 86 appearances for the club and helped the club win a League Cup.
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