Leicester City have listed nine Development Squad players on their released list for the 2018-19 season.
Goalkeeper Max Bramley, who was brought up through the club’s academy ranks and had a loan spell at AFC Telford United last season, has departed – with the Under-23s set to have a crowded goalkeeping department next season.
Louis Ramsay, signed from Norwich City on a one-year deal last summer, also leaves the club, along with central midfielders Lamine Kaba Sherif and Habib Makanjuola.
Kaba Sherif is another long-serving player and has recently represented Guinea at Under-23 level.
Kairo Edwards-John, younger brother of Under-18 startlet Dempsey Arlott-John, found game time hard to come by under Steve Beaglehole and will now look to secure regular football elsewhere.
Former PSG striker Alassane Meite also departs, along with Davide Lorenzo, who was offered a contract by the late Khun Vichai last year. ‘The Boss’ heard about his football career during a conversation while Lorenzo was his waiter at a restaurant.
Third-year scholars George Heaven and Joey Keaveny have also been released.