Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani claims the club have no plans to revamp their attacking options in the summer.
There are suggestions that the Rossoneri will make some alterations after almost selling Alexandre Pato to Paris SG and then failing to sign Man City’s Carlos Tevez in January.
“We’re not thinking about changing our attack,” he told Sky Sport Italia on Thursday. “We’ll stay as we are.
“There will be time from May 14 until August 31 to think about the transfer market. Our thoughts for now are just on ending the season well.”
Milan are just one point behind leaders Juventus after the Old Lady conceded a late equaliser against Lecce last night.
“I was just walking around in the changing rooms and I didn’t believe it,” he added. “I thought it was a joke that Lecce had equalised, but it was true.
“It’s three or four games now that I decide to stop watching Milan matches with about 10 minutes left.
“I can’t predict the future, all I will say is that we are having a great season. We have 77 points with two games left.
“Let’s just look ahead and we did well to not give up on the Scudetto when everything seemed lost.”
Milan face Inter on Sunday before finishing against Novara, while Juve will play Cagliari and Atalanta.
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