Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has refused to comment on speculation linking the club with numerous foreign stars.
The European press claims the Italian giants are looking to add to their squad with players from all over the continent, including Lyon's Cris, Real Madrid's Ronaldo and Christian Poulsen of Schalke.
However, Milan's chief officer Adriano Galliani has dismissed all rumours, insisting that nothing will happen until the conclusion of the current campaign.
"We are involved in both the league and Champions League so this isn't the time to be talking about this," he said.
"We will think about transfers at the end of the season, there is likely to be changes but there is plenty of time to think about it."
Meanwhile, after returning to action following injury, Filippo Inzaghi believes he is one of the most in-form strikers in Italy, however, this seems to have gone unnoticed by the Azzurri ahead of their friendly against Germany.
"I am very happy living in Milan," the striker said. "I'm enjoying myself and that's what counts.
"Wearing the national team shirt is everyone's dream and you get what you earn."
Ancelotti added to Inzaghi's comments by praising both his and the team's performance in Sunday's 2-0 win over Palermo.
"Filippo Inzaghi is living this moment and the World Cup is a big aim for him," the coach said.
"Palermo are a team with lots of speed and we had to keep them in order and did that with little trouble.
"In the second half we finally got the result."