AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has left the door open for the last minute capture of Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
It appears the estranged striker, who is currently in Argentina, will remain at City for the foreseeable future after speculation linking him with a move to Milan, rivals Inter and PSG failed to materialise.
While Galliani believes there will be no surprises before the transfer window slams shut on Tuesday, he refuses to rule anything out.
The experienced operator told Milan Channel: "In the last two days of the transfer window I'll stay in my office from 9 to 19.
"I really believe that we will not have surprises. But in football everything is possible, who knows...".