Boateng, El Shaarawy and Robinho amongst the bigger name linked with exit.
AC Milan could be set to sell up to 15 players in the summer transfer market as the rebuilding project continues at the club, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Rossoneri have to sell before they can buy this summer, and with a squad packed with 33 players it is widely expected that several players will be moving on in the forthcoming months.
The pink paper suggests that up to 15 players face an uncertain future, as the club look to continue their rebuilding process and replace quantity with quality.
The Italian giants have already decided against offering the likes of Massimo Ambrosini, Mario Yepes and Bojan Krkic new deals, and there are no plans to stop there as they continue the clear-out.
Amongst the fringe players expected to leave, Urby Emanuelson, Taye Taiwo and Bakaye Traore are the most likely to be searching for new clubs ahead of next season.
Other potential exits are possible for midfield duo Antonio Nocerino and Mathieu Flamini, with the latter set to see his contract expire next week and with no word of a new deal set to be offered.
Luca Antonini has seen his playing time disappear following the emergence of Mattia De Sciglio and Kevin Constant, while Cristian Zaccardo, Bartosz Salamon, Didac Vila, Marco Amelia, Nnamdi Oduamadi and Rodney Strasser all face uncertain futures at Milanello.
However, what will perhaps worry Milan fans more so is the speculation that suggests a trio of important players could also be heading for the exit door this summer.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has been linked with a switch to Monaco despite the claims of vice-president Adriano Galliani that he has never been made for sale. However, Stephan El Shaarawy and Robinho are also at risk of leaving the club, with the former touted as joining Boateng in France.
It is unlikely that all 15 players will leave the club this summer, but there is a real possibility that they will decide to offload a number of them as they look to improve the squad ahead of a vital campaign.