Issue unistalling old kernels on ubuntu 20.04

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Hi i’m experiencing an issue when removing old kernels on Ubuntu 20.04
when i run apt autoremove it says that there aren’t any packages that need to be removed, and if I try to remove a kernel from my self apt automaticcaly install the unsigned version for that kernel (also trying to remove the unsigned version reinstall back the signed one). I have almost ten kernels that i dont use installed and i want to free space on my root partion. Any Suggest?
Thanks in advance

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