AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has said that the club have received no bids for Kevin-Prince Boateng.
He also confirmed talks for Robinho's sale to Santos have broken down, and that they will have to wait until January to sign Keisuke Honda from CSKA Moscow.
It had seemed that the team who finished third in Serie A last season would be engaging in frequent transfer activity but according to Galliani, no comings and goings will happen in the near future.
Boateng signed for the Rossoneri in 2010 and has gone on to score 15 goals in 98 appearances for the San Siro club, but Galliani has rubbished any suggestions that he could be set for a move.
He said to Mediaset Premium: "Boateng has never asked to move and there have been no requests for him."
They had also planned to sell Brazilian attacking midfielder Robinho, but Galliani revealed that a future meeting will eventually decide his future, and this has ended Milan's current interest in Fiorentina's Adem Ljajic.
"The negotiations with Santos have failed and in the coming weeks we will talk to Robinho about his contract.
"In attack we have seven players for three places, so Ljajic won't come. If no attacker leaves, no attacker will arrive."
They will also wait for Japanese international Honda to become available in the January transfer window, when his current contract comes to an end, while Mathieu Flamini is likely to be on the move this summer, due to the arrival of midfielder Andrea Poli from Sampdoria.
"Honda? He won't come now," Galliani added. "But his contract expires in December and I hope he will arrive in January.
"What are the chances that Flamini will stay? Zero. Andrea Poli has arrived in his place."
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