Linfield have released goalkeeper Jonny Tuffey and striker Sammy Morrow.
Former Derry City striker Morrow was manager Warren Feeney's first signing last summer and went on to score six goals in 27 appearances for the club.
Former Northern Ireland goalkeeper Tuffey made 77 appearances in two seasons for Linfield after arriving from Scotland, but lost his starting place to Ross Glendinning this season.
Young striker Conor McMenamin has also been let go by the Windsor Park club.
"It is disappointing to see the three lads go," said Feeney.
"Jonny and Sammy are experienced professionals with international experience who both enjoyed playing for the club. They were great to work with.
"Conor scored a lot of goals for the Swifts and I thank him for his efforts too."
Last week the Blues indicated that they would not be offering a new contract to striker Peter Thompson.
Ballinamallard duo Mark Stafford and David Kee have signed pre-contract agreements with Linfield, while Donegal Celtic defender Danny Wallace has also agreed a move to the Premiership runners-up.