Galliani rules out Milan signings

The Rossoneri chief believes the squad at Clarence Seedorf's disposal is adequate, stating the club will make no further additions this winter
AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has ruled out the possibility of making any further signings in January.

Adil Rami and Keisuke Honda have both arrived at San Siro during the current transfer window and a number of new faces have been linked with the club following the appointment of Clarence Seedorf as the club's new coach.

But despite the club languishing in 11th spot and 30 points behind leaders Juventus, Galliani is insistent that he will not sanction any more new arrivals.

"We won't sign any players in this transfer window," he told reporters.

"[Giampaolo] Pazzini will return soon. There are no negotiations regarding [Marco] Parolo and [Riccardo] Saponara. 

"We're just ironing out the last few details with Parma about [Jherson] Vergara. It's a loan with an option to buy half his contract."

The Rossoneri host Hellas Verona on Sunday in what will be Seedorf's first match in charge.