Adriano Galliani has again stated that Milan have finished their business in the transfer market, but admits to never say never.
The Vice-President has so far welcomed in Riccardo Montolivo, Bakaye Traore, Francesco Acerbi and Kevin Constant to San Siro and has more than once this week affirmed that no more purchases would be made in a summer that sees the club acting on a tighter transfer budget.
It was a similar stance taken last summer, except that Galliani then acted on the final day of the market to pick up Antonio Nocerino on a low-cost deal.
“Will there be another deal to conclude like that for Nocerino?” Galliani reflected on Sky Sports this weekend.
“When I say no, it is because we are complete as a squad. But, I’m keeping up to date, I’m being informed of what happens around me.”
The transfer market has almost another two months to run before closure at the end of August.
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