Blaugrana spokesperson Toni Freixa is remaining coy over reports that president Sandro Rosell has spoken with Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani about a transfer for the BrazilianBarcelona are giving nothing away regarding their alleged pursuit of AC Milan defender Thiago Silva.
While the Brazil international has been heavily linked with Paris Saint-Germain over the past week, there have also been reports of secret meetings between Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani and Blaugrana president Sandro Rosell.
However, in addressing the rumours, Barca spokesperson Toni Freixa refused the shed any light on the matter.
"Do not take it for granted that our priority is Thiago Silva, who is, however, a great player," the Barca representative is quoted as saying by Marca.
"The news has come out and I don't want to discuss the sources, but, in any case, I do not want to either confirm or deny [it].
"I cannot confirm interest in one player or another, because we're not at that point yet."
Freixa then claimed that Barca will not be rushed into panic-buying this summer, as they will work around a pre-defined budget over the course of the close season.
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"We are lucky that players want to come play for us. This allows us to do good business."
Barcelona were heavily linked with Thiago Silva last summer and the player has given mixed signals in recent months about whether he would like to move to Camp Nou.
Galliani had already stated that he was "99.9 per cent" sure that neither the defender nor Zlatan Ibrahimovic would leave San Siro this summer.