AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani claims the club will do no further business in the transfer market this summer, though once again left the door ajar for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Rossoneri have enjoyed a productive rebuilding process since the end of last season, with a host of high-profile names arriving at San Siro.
Milan signed Carlos Bacca from Sevilla, Luiz Adriano from Shakhtar Donetsk, while Andrea Bertolacci and Alessio Romagnoli joined from Serie A rivals Roma.
One player who has been persistently linked with a return to the club is Paris Saint-Germain's Ibrahimovic, but any move for the former Milan striker appears to be extremely unlikely.
"I think that our transfer market ends here, even though interesting options can always occur," Galliani said on Wednesday.
"We don't need a midfielder or more options in any other position, we're well covered in all areas.
"I don't think PSG will let Ibra leave, but if they do then we will try to sign him."
Milan sacked Filippo Inzaghi as coach in June after finishing 10th in Serie A and replaced him with ex-Inter defender Sinisa Mihajlovic, who had guided Sampdoria to seventh in 2014-15.