Rossoneri chief talks on futures of Boateng, Robinho, Flamini and more.
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has spoken on the potential transfer exodus at the club this summer, stating that players must first leave before they can buy.
Recent speculation has claimed that numerous players could leave the Rossoneri this summer, with La Gazzetta dello Sport recently running a feature suggesting that up to 15 players had uncertain futures at the club.
However, Galliani has revealed that at this stage it is unlikely that a number of the more high-profile stars will leave this summer, as there has yet to be any formal interest.
The knock-on effect though is that the Serie A giants are unable to purchase players to improve the squad, thus leaving them in at a standstill in the transfer market.
Amongst the big names to be linked with an exit this summer are the likes of Kevin-Prince Boateng and Robinho, however neither are anywhere close to leaving.
“Currently there is no demand for Boateng, while with Robinho, we must understand why the market in Brazil is locked at this time,” he told reporters as quoted by La Gazzetta.
The latter had been linked with a return to Santos, but it is understood that the demands of both the club and player are preventing the deal from going through.
In contrast, Milan are believed to be keen on selling Boateng, which would then allow them to make an offer for CSKA Moscow star Keisuke Honda.
Meanwhile, Galliani also revealed that Mathieu Flamini is at risk of leaving the club at the end of next month, with his contract set to expire.
It is understood that the French midfielder is pushing to increase the wages on offer while also adding an additional year on to the deal to make it a three-year contract.
However, at this stage Milan are not willing to comply, but they are keen to hold on to Urby Emanuelson who spent the second half of last season on loan at Fulham.