As A.C. Milan begin repayment of the construction for their brand new Milan Arena, they begin selling for this summer.
Milan Duo Depart Milan Arena
Adil Rami and Diego López are the first victims of Uwe Rösler's axe, as the German manager plans to strengthen his team ahead of their new Champions League adventure in the upcoming season.
Last season saw 39 players in all squads depart the old San Siro stadium on A.C. Milan's side - with the largest fee received being Mattia De Sciglio's £37.5 million move to Chelsea in June 2016.
Last season's fire sale saw Milan win the Serie A after years upon years of domination over in Turin with Juventus winning the league five seasons in a row.
Adil Rami has agreed a move to French side AS Monaco.
Adil Rami has been at the club well before my arrival at the San Siro, and has always been an integral part of first-team affairs at the Rossoneri since his initial loan spell in 2013.
The 31-year-old spent most of his San Siro career playing at the back with Brazilian powerhouse Alex, but following his departure to Santos, Francesco Biffi was Rami's new partner - proving a winning formula for Rösler's title-winning side.
Rami signs for Ligue 1's AS Monaco for a fee of £8,500,000.
Diego López has been an inspired signing since Milan snapped him up from Real Madrid in the summer of 2014.
The Spaniard has been a constant first-choice keeper for every manager to land a job at the San Siro, but with the January arrival of Jerónimo Rulli, the 35-year-old saw his appearances limited for the Rossoneri.
López signs for Barclay's Premier League side West Ham United for a fee of £900,000.