The contracts of various first-team players at Hull City are coming to an end in June. It could be another summer of players leaving at the KCOM Stadium. Here are five who are set to depart-

Fraizer Campbell– He is a popular player amongst the Tigers’ fans but is expected to leave when his deal run out. The experienced striker has chipped in with a decent 12 goals this season in the Championship. He has recently been linked with a move to fellow Yorkshire side Huddersfield Town.

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David Marshall– The Scottish international goalkeeper has made the number one spot his own in this campaign. George Long, who will play the remainder of this season in goal for the Tigers, is being tipped to take his place between the sticks next season.

Hull City Goalkeeper David Marshall (1) gets ready for penalty during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Sheffield United and Hull City at Bramall Lane, Sheffield, England on 6 October 2018.

Evandro- The tricky Brazilian nearly joined Santos earlier this month and is set to leave. He joined the Tigers in January 2017 from FC Porto and has provided moments of magic in the black and amber stripes.

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Ondrej Mazuch- His time in East Yorkshire has been affected by injury and he will be let go. The Czech defender was signed for Hull by Leonid Slutsky having previously played for Genk and Sparta Prague.

Will Keane- The former Manchester United striker has spent the second half of this season on loan at fellow Championship side Ipswich Town and could join the Tractor Boys on a permanent deal when his Hull contract expires.

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