Brentford have offered contract extensions to seven members of the club's development squad.
The club have confirmed Joe Maloney, Tyrell Miller-Rodney and Kieran Morris have also been tabled 12-month extensions that would keep them in TW8 for the forthcoming campaign.
However, the Bees have shown the door to Jack Uttridge, who has been out injured for most of the campaign.
Brentford academy director Ose Aibangee told the club's website: “The policy now is to only offer contracts to players that we believe could play for Brentford in the Championship.
“We are not signing players to fulfil our development squad fixtures; we will give younger players a chance in those games if we need to.
“That means that over the next few years some players who may well be good enough to play in the Football League will be leaving us.
“I would like to wish Jack all the best for the rest of his career. Just because there is not an opportunity at Brentford at this time does not mean there is no future in professional football.”