Swansea City have offered contracts to seven players in the club's development set-up, as well as activating options for extensions for two more.
Full-back Matthew Blake has been offered a two-year extension to his contract, which was due to expire this summer, while goalkeeper Josh Gould and midfielder Tom Price have been offered one-year deals.
Their under-23s' team-mates Liam Cullen and Keiran Evans, meanwhile, have had options to extend their time with the club by a further 12 months taken up.
Four players from the under-18 squad have been offered their first professional contracts.
Cameron Evans, Mason Jones-Thomas, Marc Walsh and Daniel Williams all impressed during a challenging season, and all graduated to make their under-23 debuts by the close of the campaign.
But seven players have been released by the Swans, with Ryan Blair, Keston Davies, Adam King, Aaron Lewis, Adnan Maric, Tyler Reid and Jack Withers all leaving the Liberty this summer.
The Swans would like to thank all seven players who are leaving for all their efforts and wish them well in their future careers.