Chris Millar’s St Johnstone career will come to an end in just over a week, with Tommy Wright confirming that he will not be offered a new deal.
The 35-year-old is currently in the middle of a testimonial year but will be playing his football elsewhere next season.
It has previously been confirmed that two other Scottish Cup-winning legends will also be moving on – Alan Mannus and Steven MacLean.
Millar, Keith Watson and youngsters Danny Jardine, Cammy Thomson, Cameron Lumsden and Jamie Docherty have been released.
Wright said: “Chris is obviously the most notable of those being released as he has been here since the summer of 2008 and has made a huge contribution to the club’s success over the past decade, not least the Scottish Cup success in 2014, top-six league positions and European campaigns.
“Like Alan Mannus and Steven MacLean, Midgey has given me everything as a player and will always be welcomed back to McDiarmid Park.
“We’ve also decided not to renew the contract of Keith Watson, who has been so unlucky with injury in his two years here and that’s the main reason he hasn’t made the impact we all hoped, although I think anyone who saw him in his half-dozen starts would understand why we were keen to secure his services.”