The club are desperate to keep the players, despite their record signing of Ciro Immobile and the €30m they received for their star striker, Paul Pogba.
The club, who have also paid a record €30.5m for the services of Emre Can, are also set to sign a player from Italy, although they have yet to announce the details.
The two players, Alessandro Del Piero and Luca Toni, are the only two Italians to play in the Champions League.
The other four, who are currently playing for Italian clubs, are: Federico Fazio, Davide Santon, Davor Blasco and Gianluigi Buffon.
It’s clear that the owners want to keep them in the fold and have invested in the team to keep their future in the club.
There are also other players that are under contract for the coming season, although the club is yet to confirm their signing.
The only player to have left the club since their last title win in 2013 was former Milan and Serie A goalkeeper Alessandro Diamanti.
The owner has also put forward the idea of buying another player, though it is unlikely that it will happen.
They have also already signed a number of high profile players, including Gonzalo Higuain, Mario Mandzukic, Gonzalo Zapata, Kevin Strootman, Federico Chiellini and Mario Balotelli.
With their squad already stocked up, the players are desperate for money and want to leave, which is why the club has put up €40m for new players.
Zumia has also announced that they will sell some of their players in the coming transfer window.
With so much money at stake, it is highly unlikely that the team will be able to keep all the players in their squad, with the likes of Emmerson Boyata, Ciro immobile, Paulinho, Nani and Juan Mata all leaving.
They also need to sign more players to help the squad, as they have to sell some players.
However, the Zumies players will keep their wages.
They will earn €50,000 a week on average, with €40,000 for the player who stays.
The rest of the squad will be paid €50 per week, with a further €20,000 going to the player that stays.
It would be very strange for them to sell all their players and sign another player.