Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has played down exorted reports claiming Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli would join the club.
The Rossoneri are seeking reinforcements after Filippo Inzaghi was ruled out for the rest of term with damaged ligaments.
However, Milan will not open out to Balotelli. He was supporting the club during Sunday's derby against Inter.
Some reports claimed the hitman shouted "Ibra, Ibra" at the end of the game.
But Galliani is not building the road for Balotelli.
"I never knew he was here. But when I saw him we said hello. However, lets not create a case now," he told the press as reported by Calciomercato.it.
"There is absolutely nothing in it," was his response when asked whether Balotelli would arrive in January.