Adriano Galliani says predicting the next 24 hours of the transfer market is too risky, but he still predicts Filippo Inzaghi will stay.
The Rossoneri have secured Djamel Mesbah, Alexander Merkel, Rodney Strasser and Maxi Lopez during the winter transfer window.
Where striker Lopez’ arrival was seen as confirmation of Carlos Tevez remaining at Manchester City, rumours still persist of a late, final move from Galliani.
“The market is extremely dynamic - things can happen in 24 hours that do not happen in a period of months,” reflected Galliani. “The phone rings every 30 seconds, it seems like an action movie.
“I’m not saying Tevez will arrive, this is clear. However, the latest transfer campaigns have taught me better than to make predictions.
“If Manchester City’s chairman called me tonight and offers me Tevez….I don’t think it will happen.
“I will stay until 19:00pm tomorrow, until the last minute of the transfer market. If we should get an email or a fax, what will happen, we’ll see.”
Galliani is rumoured to be close to shipping Filippo Inzaghi out to Lazio, but he suggests otherwise.
“My prediction is that he will remain. He has won many medals and so if he asks to leave then we will make him happy.
“Until now, however, he has not asked and I think he will stay at Milan.”
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