Roberts scored 28 goals in 130 games in two spells at Wrexham
Former Wales strikers Neil Roberts and Chris Llewellyn are two of seven players released by relegated Wrexham.
Wrexham captain Roberts, Llewellyn and midfielder Danny Williams have not been offered new deals by boss Brian Little.
The experienced trio were a key part of the Wrexham side that lost the club its 87-year Football League status.
Mike Carvill, Alex Darlington, Jamie Reed and Mike Jones have been released, while Wales defender Steve Evans, also out of contract, will know on Thursday.
Wrexham manager Little, though, has offered new deals to highly-rated young winger Matty Done and full-back Carl Tremarco.
LITTLE'S BIG LEAVING LIST
GONE: Neil Roberts, Chris Llewellyn, Mike Jones, Alex Darlington, Mike Carvill, Danny Williams, Jamie Reed, Mark Jones, Josh Johnson, Jeff Whitley, Phil Bolland
GONE: Drewe Broughton, Richard Duffy, Paul Hall, Stuart Nicholson, Danny Sonner, Robert Garrett
GOING: Sam Aiston, Richard Hope, Michael Proctor, Silvio Spann, Anthony Williams
The mass axing follows Wrexham's announcement last week where they let go 14 players in the wake of their relegation to non-league.
Little then revealed Wales midfielder Mark Jones, former Northern Ireland international Jeff Whitley and Phil Bolland will not be retained.
Five players have been transfer-listed, with Sam Aiston, Richard Hope, Michael Proctor, Silvio Spann and Anthony Williams going on sale.
Loan signings Drewe Broughton, Richard Duffy, Paul Hall, Stuart Nicholson, Danny Sonner and Robert Garrett have gone back to their parent clubs.
Wrexham could have held out for a nominal fee for Jones under existing rules, whose availability is likely to spark much interest from Football League clubs, as the youth product does not turn 24 until August.
But the Dragons have opted to allow the player to make a clean split from his home-town club.
A statement on the Wrexham website read: "After the sad events of the past week, manager Brian Little has made his intentions clear about reshaping the team for next season.
"It really goes without saying that the club's finances will have to be revaluated as we step down from the Football League and many aspects of the club's operations will have to be reviewed.
"It is always a sad time when players move on from the club and we would like to thank them all for their efforts on our behalf."
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.