Salomon Kalou and Jose Bosingwa have left Chelsea Football Club after their contract expired on 30th June.
The two players were mostly restricted to substitute appearances last season and they are now free agents after the Blues opted against extending their contracts.
Salomon Kalou joined Chelsea in a €4 million deal from Feyenoord in 2006 and has since scored 37 goals in 155 Premier League matches.
The Ivorian only made 12 Premier League appearances last season, while scoring 2 goals in 7 Champions League fixtures.
Jose Bosingwa arrived to Stamford Bridge for a fee of €20.5 million from Porto and has made a total of 89 Premier League appearances for the club.
The Portuguese international featured in 27 Premier League games last term, and scored one goal in the process.
The two players should have no problems finding new clubs after a host of European clubs expressed interest in their services.