The Bluebirds will lose three senior players after the last game at Man Utd on Sunday.
Aron Gunnarsson completes his contract and will move to Qatar while Harry Arter and Victor Camarasa will leave after their season long loans come to an end. It's believed that Arter will go and play for his brother-in-law, Scott Parker, at Fulham.
Gunnarsson has been a true servant to the club with two promotions, a major cup final and the honour of scoring the club's first ever goal in the Premier League (he's pictured below scoring v Wolves this season).
Arter and Camarasa added Premier League quality to the team this season and if both could have played every game may have completed their stay by keeping us up.
Camarasa of course scored our first goal this season v Arsenal and who can forget his winner v Leicester?
Arter and Gunnarsson have taken to social media to say their farewells. Gunnarsson tweeting in English for I think the first time (his bio says he only evert tweets in Icelandic). Camarasa was devastated to get injured early in the game v Palace last weekend thus being unable to influence the game.
Thank you to everyone associated with Cardiff City, loved every minute and just disappointed we wasn’t able to stay up. Thanks for all your support throughout the year and I wish nothing but the best for the future. 😘— Harry Arter (@HarryArter2) May 10, 2019
Deeply disappointed with this loss and specially sad for not being able to help my team in this battle. I’m sure Cardiff will soon come back to where it belongs 💙 pic.twitter.com/MX9RmlvtfP— Victor Camarasa (@vicama8) May 4, 2019