Clyde director John Ruddy insists that his squad will be ready for the coming First Division season, despite a damaging managerial split.
Joe Miller and Graham Roberts are now at odds
The club is still investigating allegations against manager Graham Roberts and assistant Joe Miller.
Strikers Alex Williams and Tom Brighton have already left the club.
But Ruddy told BBC Sport: "We only had two players signed last summer, but this time we have about 15 and everyone we wanted has re-signed."
Clyde were always resigned to seeing former Rangers striker Brighton finding a club in the English Championship or the Scottish Premier League at the end of his contract.
Former Morton and Queen of the South striker Williams has moved abroad.
And it looks likely that either Roberts or Miller will leave Broadwood at the end of a row between the two that began during a post-season celebration trip to Canada.
Ruddy thinks it will be at least another week before Clyde can reveal the conclusion of their internal investigation.
Clyde will want to resolve the dispute before pre-season training begins on 26 June.