Burnley have confirmed that Jeff Hendrick will depart the club when his contract expires on 30 June.
The Republic of Ireland midfielder was among a group of players left out of the Premier League club's matchday squad for the defeat at Manchester City on Monday, with manager Sean Dyche citing the contract situation of those whose deals were on the point of expiration.
"The club was unable to agree terms on a new deal with the Republic of Ireland international," Burnley confirmed on their official website on Wednesday.
Hendrick has been with the Clarets since August 2016 after signing from Derby County following that summer's European Championship.
The 28-year-old has made 27 appearances this season in all competitions, scoring three goals including two in the Premier League against Brighton and Everton.
The club also confirmed that former England number one Joe Hart and winger Aaron Lennon would also be departing Turf Moor, although right-back Phil Bardsley has signed a new one-year deal.