Callum Cooke, Dylan Connolly and Jamie Devitt have returned to their parent clubs and Dylan Mottley-Henry has been released.
The trio’s loan agreements have expired - as has Mottley-Henry’s short-term contract, which he signed in January.
Cooke, Connolly and Devitt return to Peterborough United, AFC Wimbledon and Blackpool respectively.
The three loanees collectively turned out on 62 occasions for the Bantams, with Connolly netting a goal-of-the-season contender in February's victory over Plymouth Argyle.
Mottley-Henry arrived at the Utilita Energy Stadium following a spell with Barnsley and went on to make seven appearances in claret and amber.
Given the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the remainder of the 2019/20 season and its conclusion, Bradford City is in no position to extend the aforementioned deals indefinitely.
The club would like to take this opportunity to thank all four players for their efforts and services this season.