Bayern Munich general manager Uli Hoeness has cast doubt over a possible move for Schalke full-back Rafinha.
Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently revealed the club's interest in Rafinha, but insisted a deal was not yet done.
With Tuesday's transfer window deadline forthcoming, it has been reported that Bayern are likely to press for an agreement for the right-back.
However, Hoeness has stated that the Bundesliga giants will make no further attempts to add to the squad.
Hoeness told spox.com: "We have had a meeting with the coaches and finally decided not to make any more transfers."
Meanwhile, Miroslav Klose is being linked with a deadline day transfer from Bayern to Stuttgart, although reports have since suggested a deal is unlikely.