Bayern Munich have insisted they have no plans for a complete overhaul of their squad at the end of the season.
The German giants have endured a disappointing campaign by their own high standards, having crashed out of the UEFA Champions League in the last 16 and with the Bundesliga title set to elude them.
Jupp Heynckes will replace Louis van Gaal as coach in the summer and speculation has suggested he will be handed a transfer kitty in excess of £50million.
According to some reports, a number of players will then have to be sold to make room for the influx of big-money signings.
However, director of sport Christian Nerlinger has played down the rumours by saying there will only be a couple of new arrivals.
He told Bild: "It's a fact we are going to have a couple of new signatures this summer, but we are just talking about two to three positions overall.
"We are not going to have a clear-out, we are not going to remould the squad in full.
"We have to make signings in defence, this is what I have been saying and this is what is going to remain a fact."
No Van Bommel return
Nerlinger refused to confirm his targets, with Fabio Coentrao of Benfica and Ajax right-back Gregory van der Wiel among the players to have been linked with Bayern.
However, he did insist there was no chance of midfielder Mark van Bommel returning to the Allianz Arena just months after his January switch to AC Milan.
Nerlinger added: "Fabio Coentrao and Gregory van der Wiel are good players, this is nothing I would doubt.
"We will not be going back to ex-players. There won't be a return for Mark van Bommel.
"I am not going to deny Mark van Bommel has been a great servant for Bayern Munich in his years with the club, but we will not be signing him again."