Milan have called up strikers Andre Silva and Patrick Cutrone for the International Champions Cup.
Silva did not take part in Milan's 1-1 draw with Novara on Friday, instead following a personalised training regime, and had been linked with a move to Monaco.
Cutrone, in turn, had been tipped to join Wolverhampton Wanderers as the Rossoneri looked to raise funds for Atletico Madrid forward Angel Correa.
However, the pair will travel to the US, along with new signings Rade Krunic and Theo Hernandez, where the Diavolo will face Bayern Munich and Benfica.
Gazzetta dello Sport, meanwhile, writes the Italian is not interested in a move to Wolves and would only consider leaving for a 'top' club.
Elsewhere, Giacomo Bonaventura is in the squad as he closes in on a return from a long-term injury, but Mattia Caldara is still not ready.
Milan squad for the International Champions Cup: Biglia, Bonaventura, Borini, Brescianini, Calabria, Calhanoglu, Capanni, Capone, Castillejo, Conti, Cutrone, Donnarumma A, Donnarumma G, Suso, Gabbia, Theo, Krunic, Maldini, Mionic, Musacchio, Piatek, Plizzari, Reina, Rodriguez, Romagnoli, Strinic, Silva