AC Milan are not just working on signings to add the finishing touches to the squad but also exits for those players no longer deemed part of the plans.
According to Calciomercato.com, Giorgio Furlani, Geoffrey Moncada and Antonio D’Ottavio are also working on the sales front and one of the issue concerns the future of Ante Rebic.
His exclusion from the tour of the United States shows he is not in the plans, and they are looking for an accommodation to resolve things ahead of the new campaign.
It seems Besiktas have come back in for the Croatian too, having already expressed their interest in Rebic in recent months. The salary of €3.5m net per season that he earns is an obstacle, which is why the Turkish club want a loan.
Milan would prefer a permanent sale, but the main thing is that Rebic is not considered part of the project and a club has come forward to try and sign him.