Milan could see two of their transfer problems solved by Besiktas, who are said to be interested in signing both Divock Origi and Ante Rebic.
The Rossoneri need to revamp their squad after a disappointing campaign, as although they reached the Champions League semi-final, fourth place in Serie A was only secured thanks to the Juventus 10-point penalty.
Origi was hugely disappointing after a free transfer from Liverpool and has been linked with a move to Turkey for Besiktas.
Now the latest reports from Turkey suggest that the same club are also looking at a potential bid for Rebic.
The Croatia international turns 30 in September and is still under contract with Milan until June 2025.
He has struggled with injury problems all season, still managing 31 official appearances, with three goals and two assists.
Rebic also has 42 senior caps for Croatia under his belt and it is hoped they can get circa €10m for him this summer.