EDDIE Nolan and John McCombe are expected to follow Anthony Straker and Marvin McCoy out of the Bootham Crescent exit door.

Unwanted duo McCoy and Straker have left City by mutual consent and The Press understands that Nolan and McCombe have also been offered severance packages.

Ex-Southend winger Straker featured in four of Jackie McNamara's 11 games as City manager but his last appearance was in mid-December during the 2-1 defeat at Bristol Rovers.

The 27-year-old Grenada international has only started 16 games for City after being signed by then boss Nigel Worthington in the summer of 2014 and went on loan to Motherwell for the final four months of last term.

McCoy only made two appearances for McNamara and has not made any of the last nine matchday squads.

"It's important we move some players out and, hopefully, there will be some more movement in the next few days," the City boss said. "There has been a lot of talking and to-ing and fro-ing during discussions between ourselves and the players, rather than with another club. It will then be up to them to find somewhere else."

McNamara added, meanwhile, that he is not looking to part company with left-back Femi Ilesanmi, who was made available for transfer under previous manager Russ Wilcox.

The 24-year-old defender is the only outfield player to have played every minute under McNamara, who declared: "Femi's part of the squad and his attitude has been excellent.

"There are a lot of things he can still improve on in terms of his right foot and getting in the right positions, but he's a fantastic lad who is keen to play and has a hunger and desire to be better, which makes my job a lot easier."