Andrey Arshavin, Roque Santa Cruz and William Gallas head the official list of 154 players
released by Premier League clubs
who signed from Zenit St Petersburg for a reported £15m in January 2009,
was one of 14 players not offered a new contract by Arsenal.
Roque Santa Cruz leaves Manchester City after four years with he club.
joined Manchester City for around £18m from Blackburn in 2009
but played just 20 games for the club.
Gallas, 35, leaves Tottenham after three years at White Hart Lane.
The Frenchman made 78 appearances for Spurs, 24 of those coming last season.
leaves Everton, eight years after moving to Goodison Park from Manchester United. The former England international, who made just over 300 appearances in all competitions for the Merseyside club,
was considered for the Everton manager's post
eventually taken by Roberto Martinez.
Another ex-England player on the list of players released is
The 28-year-old winger leaves Spurs after five years, while
who also moved to White Hart Lane in 2008, is another to depart.
Phil Neville leaves Everton but was considered for the manager's post at Goodison Park.
joined the club from Crystal Palace as a 16-year-old
but was never able to establish himself at Spurs, playing on loan for the likes of Hull City, Swindon and most recently Toronto.
Former Wales international
33, has left Fulham, who have also released 40-year-old goalkeeper
Arsenal have released the largest number of players from their squad, with Arshavin one of 14 to depart the Gunners, while Swansea City have released just one in Mark Gower.
Filippo Mancini, 22, follows his father Roberto, who was dismissed following the
defeat by Wigan in the FA Cup final,
out of Manchester City.
Andrey Arshavin, Samir Bihmoutine, Reice Charles-Cook, Denilson, Craig Eastmond, Sead Hajrovic, Conor Henderson, Jernade Meade, Nigel Oldfield Spence-Neita, Joshua Rees, Philip Roberts, James Shea, Sebastien Squillaci, Sanchez Watt.
Calum Barrett, Joshua Barton, Courtney Cameron, Daniel Devine, Eric Lichaj, Andrew Marshall.
Amin Affane, Yossi Benayoun, Abdul Deen-Conteh, Paulo Ferreira, Hilario, Florent Malouda, Archange Nkumu, Ross Turnbull.
Johan Hammar, Thomas Hitzlsperger, Sam Kelly, Jan Mucha, Phil Neville.
Chris Baird, Simon Davies, Mahamadou Diarra, Thomas Donegan, Corey Gameiro, Georgios Karagkounis, James Musa, Richard Peniket, Mladen Petric, Mark Schwarzer, Alex Smith, Csaba Somogyi.
Tyrell Belford, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Stephens, Dan Wilson.
Wayne Bridge, Filippo Mancini, Ryan McGivern, Roque Santa Cruz, Kolo Toure.
Reece Brown, John Cofie, Michele Fornasier, Luke Giverin, Luke Hendrie, Luke McCullough, Paul Scholes, Gyliano Van Velzen, Freddie Veseli.
Steve Harper, Yven Moyo, Danny Simpson.
Tom Adeyemi, Lee Camp, Olumide Durojaiye, George Francomb, Simeon Jackson, Chris Martin, Ramil Sheriff, Korey Smith, Marc Tierney, Elliott Ward.
Queens Park Rangers
Tal Ben Haim, DJ Campbell, Radek Cerny, Frederick Champion, Adam Francis, Troy Hewitt, Rob Hulse, Ryan Nelsen, Taylor Parmenter, Tommaso Trani.
Nick Bignall, Simon Church, Ian Harte, Noel Hunt, Charlie Losasso, Angus MacDonald, Alex Pearce, Nicky Shorey, Jay Tabb, Joshua Webb, Brett Williams.
Dan Butterfield, Ryan Dickson, Tommy Forecast, Sam Hoskins, Ben Reeves, Frazer Richardson, Dan Seaborne, Alberto Seidi.
Michael Clarkson, Rory Delap, Matthew Gledhill, Jadan Hall, Matthew Lund, Andrew Musungu, Carlo Nash, Michael Owen, Jermaine Pennant, George Rigg, Mamady Sidibe, Matthew Upson, Dean Whitehead.
Titus Bramble, Anthony Callaghan, Wade Joyce, Matthew Kilgallon, Ryan Noble, Adam Reed, Ben Wilson.
Jack Barthram, David Bentley, John Bostock, William Gallas, Jack Munns, Jake Nicholson.
West Bromwich Albion
Marc-Antoine Fortune, Zoltan Gera, Gonzalo Jara, Romaine Sawyers, Jerome Thomas.
West Ham United
Carlton Cole, Jake Larkins, Gary O'Neil, Jack Powell, Jami Rafati, Eoin Wearen.
Peter Aylmer, Albert Crusat, Franco Di Santo, David Jones, Adrian Lopez, Jonathan Lynch, Callum Morris, Filip Orsula, Ronnie Stam, Joshua Sumner, Ryan Watson.