Burnley’s annual retained list has confirmed that contract offers have been made to Jay Rodriguez and Charlie Taylor.

The experienced pair’s current deals are set to expire this summer but the Clarets want to keep them around as they prepare for life back in the Championship.

The club confirmed last week that Jack Cork and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are both departing Turf Moor and fans got the chance to show their appreciation for the duo during the 2-1 defeat against Nottingham Forest on Sunday afternoon.

Mike Tresor and Maxime Esteve’s loans from Genk and Montpellier respectively have been made permanent, while Burnley are “in conversations with the parent clubs and representatives of Lorenz Assignon and Jacob Bruun Larsen to activate permanent moves”. David Datro Fofana has returned to Chelsea.

Options have been exercised to extend the contracts of Josh Brownhill and Bailey Peacock-Farrell.

Wout Weghorst, Anass Zaroury, Connor Roberts, Samuel Bastien, Darko Churlinov, Michael Obafemi, Owen Dodgson, Luke McNally, Scott Twine, Michael Mellon, Dara Costelloe and CJ Egan-Riley have all returned to East Lancashire following loan spells away.

Ackeme Francis-Burrell, Kian Le Fondre, Marcel Lewis, Michael O’Neill, Michael Parker, Renaldo Torraj, Jack Turner and Harry Moss have been released from the Under-21 squad, while Sonny Pickup, Dylan Sime, Ollie Sweeney, Lucas Wane, Callum West, Jack Rogers, Rohan Vaughan and Jack Bates have been released from the Under-18 squad.

Millie Ravening, Dominique Cooper, Lachante Paul, Paris Dalton, Maria Francis-Jones, Hollie Kelsh-Ridge and Lara Miller will all be leaving the Women’s team when their deals expire this summer. Alethea Paul has also departed, with Gracie Prior and Monique Robinson returning to their respective parent clubs.

An official statement read: "Any further developments regarding players will be officially communicated as soon as they are confirmed.

"Burnley Football Club thank all the leaving players for their contributions and wish them all the very best for their future careers."