With five weeks of the summer transfer window remaining and suitors still desperate to land their biggest stars, Monaco have already raised a staggering €173.5m through players since the end of last season.
That figure could rise significantly further if Arsenal manage to prise Thomas Lemar away, while a report from Spain on Tuesday claims that Real Madrid have agreed an astonishing deal rising worth up to €180m for Kylian Mbappe.
As far as new arrivals are concerned, the reigning French champions have added just €49m worth of talent, which includes Youri Tielemans from Anderlecht and Terence Kongolo from new Dutch champions Feyenoord. That puts them €124.5m in profit for the summer as things stand.
Here's a closer look at the departing players who have raised all that cash...
7. Corentin Jean
€3.5m to Toulouse
Corentin Jean's time with Monaco was only short and he spent the vast majority of his time with the club on loan at Troyes, from whom he joined the principality side in 2015, and Toulouse, where he has now gone permanently.
6. Nabil Dirar
€4.5m to Fenerbahce
Morocco international Nabil Dirar featured as a back-up option in Monaco's 2016/17 title charge, featuring a little more prominently in the Champions League. He'd previously been part of the side that earned promotion from Ligue 2 in 2013.
5. Abdou Diallo
€5m to FSV Mainz
France Under-21 defender Abdou Diallo struggled to get much of an opportunity in 2016/17, playing only a handful of games over the course of the campaign. He'll now be hoping to kickstart his fledgling career in Germany after making the move to Mainz.
4. Valere Germain
€8m to Marseille
A Monaco player since the age of 15, Valere Germain, like Dirar, was a member of the promotion winning side in 2013 and remained an important player as the club claimed a first national title since 2000. He scored 10 times in 36 league appearances and served as vice-captain.
3. Tiemoue Bakayoko
€45m to Chelsea
The 2016/17 campaign was Tiemoue Bakayoko's first as a regular starter in Monaco's midfield. He had arrived from Rennes as a teenager in 2014 and played more games last season than he did in the two preceding years combined. Chelsea plan to pair him with N'Golo Kante.
2. Bernardo Silva
€50m to Manchester City
Bernardo Silva helped put Manchester City to the sword in the Champions League at the final 16 stage, showing his future employers exactly what he was capable of. He'd earlier sunk fellow Premier League side Tottenham in the Champions League group stage.
1. Benjamin Mendy
€57.5m to Manchester City
Much like Silva, Benjamin Mendy was on top form when Monaco met Manchester City last season. The left-back has become the most expensive defender of all-time as a result of his long expected move to England and fills a gaping void in the City squad.