Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen look likely to head into the new 2017/18 season with a much-changed squad.
Die Werkself might be enjoying their summer break but the management sector of the club lead by Rudi Voller and Jonas Boldt are working intensively ahead of the formal opening of the summer transfer window.
The German outfit also contemplate the sale of their four key players Javier Hernandez, Hakan Calhanoglu, Kevin Kampl and Karim Bellarabi according to reports from the German media outlet Bild.
Bayern Leverkusen are hoping to generate a combined transfer fee in excess of €100 million that would be further invested in signing new players.
The first one to leave the club is Hakan Kalhanoglu who is said to have agreed personal terms with AC Milan. Bundesliga side look set to pocket €25 million for the 23-year-old.
Kalhanoglu has just come off from his four-month ban given to him by FIFA for breaching a teenage contract with Turkish side Trabzonspor.
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