AFC Wimbledon striker Tom Elliot is set to make a decision on his future, following a contract extension offered to him by the club.
Dons manager Neal Ardley, who announced today that Dannie Bulman, James Shea and Chris Robertson are to leave, says Sean Kelly has an offer to go back to Scotland.
Elliott scored 13 goals in all competitions two seasons ago and won the Player of the Year award.
“We have offered Tom a deal, but he wanted to wait until the end of the season to decide on his future and look at what direction he goes in,” said Ardley.
“Obviously, we have to move on and look at other options as well, while that is going on.
"Tom has had an outstanding season, as well all know, and we will be delighted if he stays. That is something out of our hands though.
"If we move quickly that may go out of the window because Tom could decide we are the club for him.
"He loves it here and loves the relationship he has with the fans, but he is also quite ambitious as well. We will see where this one goes.”
Kelly is a player Ardley wants to keep for next season, but the left-back may leave for north of the border.
“We would like to keep Sean and I think in an ideal world he would like to stay," added the manager.
"He has really improved during the course of the season, but as it stands he has a very good offer on the table from a club in Scotland.
"There is a likelihood that if we cannot match Sean’s ambitions here, then it would be a sensible thing for him to do.
"As it stands, it is a little bit open. Whatever happens, I think the player we have got at the end of the season is a much better player than the one we had at the start of the season and we are really pleased with that.
Young players Tom Beere and David Fitzpatrick also look set to move on from the Dons.
“Tom did wonderful for us at the end of our promotion season, scoring a vital goal against Accrington, and playing a major part in the play-offs,” said Ardley.
“Again, it goes back to affordability and whether these fringe players are going to step-up to League One football, particularly when you look at how tough it has been at the back end of the last season.
"With the likes of Tom and David, there is only so long that we can keep them before they financially want a better deal or they need to play to make a career for themselves.
"If I cannot guarantee them games for next season, sometimes you have to do the right thing by the player.
"I am sure that both of these players will have great careers because they are talented young footballers.”
Meanwhile, other youngsters Dan Gallagher and George Oakley will also be looking for new clubs.
Ardley said: “In the U21s set-up, we have some lads who have got to the point where they need to go out and play first-team football regularly.
"Dan Gallagher has shown a fantastic attitude, captaining our development squad, but he needs to go out and play.
"George has had a couple of loan spells that have not quite gone as well as he would have wanted them to, but I need to be 100 per cent certain that he can be one of our four strikers next season.
"If he is not going to get the playing time here, then the right thing is that he goes elsewhere and gets a run of games for his own development.
"These are tough decisions and we wish these players all the best, but I am sure they will go on and forge good careers in the game.”