Now AC Milan have to think about the players they want to keep.
Of course we start with Mario Balotelli, who apparently "has never asked to be sold," said Milan CEO Adriano Galliani (h/t Daily Mail). Galliani originally said "there’s a 99.9 percent chance of him staying," but on Monday he updated that number to "to 99.999 per cent," per Football Italia.
Galliani loves to use decimal figures to describe a player's chance of leaving or coming. It's his trademark statement. "I am 99.9% he’ll stay with us," Galliani said about Kaka in May, according to the Daily Mail. Kaka left for Orlando City a month later.
Then there is Stephan El Shaarawy. He has not been an active player on the market while recovering from a season of injuries, but his brother (also his agent) spoke on the radio in Italy to dismiss any pending rumours.
The biggest question is Robinho, who is like a nagging itch that won't go away. He is the one constant in weeks of ever-changing madness.
Let's take a look at the week's craziness.