Blackpool manager Simon Grayson is willing to allow Marcus Bean, Simon Wiles and Paul Tierney to leave the club.
All three players have failed to become first-team regulars at Bloomfield Road, with Wiles and Tierney having recently returned from loan spells at Macclesfield Town and Stockport County respectively.
"Marcus Bean has been a good trainer and has worked hard," Grayson told the Blackpool Gazette. "We've had a few enquiries about him but we felt we needed to cover ourselves over the Christmas period.
"It might be that Marcus goes out and gets some football. Whether that's loan or permanent we'll have to wait and see.
"As for Simon Wiles and Paul Tierney, they're probably not going to play too much for us, but we welcome them back and they'll train with us.
"I've told both of them that if they get the opportunity to go and play again at another club we won't stand in their way, whether it's a loan or a permanent deal."