Juventus' transfer campaign will be conservative and, if necessary, discreet as Giuseppe Marotta excludes moves for Sampdoria's Antonio Cassano and Alberto Gilardino of Fiorentina.
Reports on Monday suggested a swap deal between Amauri and Gilardino was likely, while others mentioned the arrival of Antonio Cassano, who discovers the outcome of his rescission case later today.
But Marotta was quick to play down the hyperbole as he closed the door.
"We will not make important investments, the players who arrive, if they arrive, will have to improve the team, otherwise we will stay as we are," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"We must remember we have the most prolific attack, and an excellent midfield. We don't have to buy.
"The voices on Amauri and Gilardino are unfounded. And as for Cassano, I cannot see that we will get him as we have different plans."