Christian Abbiati is set to retire at the end of the season, making a final appearance against Roma on Saturday.
Abbiati joined the San Siro outfit in 1998, winning three Serie A titles and the UCL.
The shot stopper was a Milan regular until the last two seasons when the signing of Diego Lopez from Real Madrid – and emergence of Gianluigi Donnarumma moved him down the pecking order.
He only made four appearances for Italy – all in friendlies – with his last appearance coming in 2005.
“Abbiati says goodbye to football after 15 years at the club,” Milan posted on Twitter. “Tomorrow [Saturday] come to the San Siro to give him a special send-off!”
Abbiati has only played six times this season – five of those appearances coming in the Coppa Italia – but will be given the chance to play and say goodbye to supporters by interim boss Cristian Brocchi, with Donnarumma kept fresh for the Coppa Italia final against Juventus on May 21.