Sheffield United Women can confirm midfielder Sam Tierney and forward Olivia Fergusson have left the club.
Tierney spent the past two seasons with the Blades, joining from Doncaster Rovers Belles after the club gained a licence for the FA Women's Championship.
The 21-year-old went onto become a regular in the United team, appearing in 42 of the club's 48 games over her two seasons in red and white.
A United academy product, Tierney spent several years in the Blades youth teams as a youngster before returning to the club to represent the first team two years ago.
Fergusson joined the club last summer from Yeovil Town after several seasons in the FA Women's Super League, immediately settling into life at her new club with two goals in her first two starts.
The winger ended the season with seven goals in all competitions and was one of five players to appear in every game of the 2019/20 campaign before the season ended prematurely February.
Sheffield United would like to wish both players all the best for the future.