Milan are expected to offload up to seven players in the summer transfer window as they work to strengthen Stefano Pioli’s squad.
The atmosphere has started to deteriorate at the Rossoneri in recent weeks, with poor form in Serie A and a badly lost Champions League semi-final with Inter both piling pressure on Pioli and his players, as and directors Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara.
Fans are hoping to see sweeping changes in the summer and Milan are expected to receive a number of reinforcements as they aim to close the gap on the other teams at the top of the table.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Milan could lose up to seven players in the upcoming summer transfer window, starting with failed striker Divock Origi, who has scored just two goals in 35 appearances in all competitions this season.
Timoue Bakayoko will return to Chelsea after a two-year loan spell and Sergino Dest will return to Barcelona, with his option to buy not activated.
Aster Vranckx, while popular at the club, is likely to return to VfL Wolfsburg as the Rossoneri are unwilling to pay his €12m permanent release clause. A new one-year loan deal for the defender could be put in place.
Yacine Adli is likely to leave on loan, desperate for more minutes after failing to feature under Pioli this season.
There are also questions over the futures of Fode Ballo-Toure and Junior Messias at Milan, and both could see the door in the summer.