Not only signings, AC Milan have started to unload the unwanted players. The rossoneri have earned 37,7 million euros so far from the sale of 8 players.
In addition to the big number of inbound operations, AC Milan have managed to operate well even in exit. So far the rossoneri have earned a considerable figure of 37,7 million euros, respectively, from the sale of Juraj Kucka (5 millions, to Trabzonspor), Gianluca Lapadula (13 millions, to Genoa), Mattia De Sciglio (12 millions, to Juventus), Leonel Vangioni (1,7 millions, to Monterrey), the two youngsters Matteo Pessina and Luca Vido costing Atalanta one million each, Diego Lopez (1 million, to Espanyol) and Rodrigo Ely (3 millions), who officially moved back to Spain at Deportivo Alaves.
Other players are expected to depart soon from San Siro with Carlos Bacca being on top the list. The Colombian is being chased by Marseille and Lazio. He may be joined by Gabriel Paletta who is close to sealing a move to Torino. Jose Sosa has several offers from Turkey but he wants to stay at Milan. A couple of youngsters will leave on loan in order to gain more playing time and experience while the future of M’baye Niang is still a rebus. The French striker was expected to leave but now he has a good chance to stay (read here).