Championship side Brentford have some great players in their ranks and are a difficult team for anyone to play. Here are five players they could lose for free in the summer-

Andreas Bjelland- The Denmark joined the Bees in 2015 from FC Twente. His contract at Griffin Park is up in the summer and he will be free to leave on a free transfer, unless he is offered a new one.

Josh Clarke- The 23-year-old, who can play as a right-back or a right-winger, is a product of the Brentford academy but could leave this summer. He has played 72 times for the Bees to date, as well as having loan spells at Barnet, Maidenhead, Braintree, Dagenham and Stevenage so far in his career.

Reece Cole- The midfielder came up through the academy at Brentford and made his debut for them in a league game against Nottingham Forest last season. He is currently on loan at League Two side Newport County but his contract with Brentford is up in June.

Zain Westbrooke- The 21-year-old joined Brentford’s academy in 2011 having previously been on the books at Chelsea. He has only ever made one appearance for the Bees’ first-team but has had loan spells at Solihull Moors and Leyton Oreint.

Jan Novak- The Slovenian striker is another Brentford youngster whose contract expires in the summer. He joined the Bees in January 2017 after a successful trial. He had previously played for NK Krka.

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