Adriano Galliani warned Milan fans not to expect January reinforcements other than Kevin-Prince Boateng.
The CEO spoke to Mediaset Premium ahead of tonight’s Serie A trip to Carpi.
“We know that to catch up we need to win every game. Our objectives have not changed. It won’t be an easy match, but we will try to win.
“We have to focus only on our results. Next week there are Juventus-Fiorentina and Napoli-Roma, but if we don’t win this evening then it’s all meaningless.”
It was confirmed this week that Boateng will sign on loan after spending several weeks training with the Rossoneri.
“We have a fine squad with 28 players and Boateng will very probably be added to them. If we are able to sell someone, then others could potentially arrived, but it’s a big squad.
“It’s easy to buy players, but more difficult to sell. Agents telephone you to propose their players, but they don’t ask for them.
“I don’t want to create any illusions. I am convinced Milan have an important team and with this 4-4-2 system we should also see some return to the line-up, above all Nigel De Jong.”