The likes of full-back Marcos Alonso has been linked with a move away from the Reebok Stadium, while a few other senior members of the squad are believed to be of interest to other clubs.
However, Freedman has insisted that he is fully prepared for a busy few weeks in charge of the Championship side.
"Some of the bigger decisions have already been made," he told the Bolton News. "But there will be some changes and people will be leaving.
"I have got a plan. I know what I am doing. It's just unfortunate it is taking longer to get there than we wanted."
Freedman took charge of Bolton in October last year.