Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani: We won't be selling off our stars

No big name transfers on their way into Milan this summer...
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has outlined the club's transfer scenario for the summer - and intends to keep many of the team's stars.

The club announced a 38 per cent increase in profits for 2009 compared to 2008. Earnings for the year up to December 2009 were €327.6 million compared to 2008 results of €237.9m.

It seems Kaka's sale to Real Madrid last year has also curbed debts, down 85 per cent on 2008. Milan confirmed the current debt stands at €9.8m compared to the previous results of €66.8m

With results in the briefcase, Galliani explained there would be no major sales from the club and, with that, no major arrivals as transfer allowances are docked.

"We will not be selling any stars. Certainly not [Alexandre] Pato, certainly not Thiago Silva, Certainly not Ronaldinho, [Klaas-Jan] Huntelaar and [Marco] Borriello," he told the press.

"Silvio Berlusconi loves Milan, but he will not spend €810m in five years like Inter did."

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