AC Milan chief Galliani does not expect new striker signing

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani doesn't believe they'll buy a new striker this month.

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani doesn't believe they'll buy a new striker this month.

Antonio Cassano has already arrived from Sampdoria as a replacement for Ronaldinho and Galliani believes that could be enough.

He said: “Our rapport with the player has always been affectionate and lasted for two and a half years. Ronaldinho asked for a return to Brazil to prepare for the 2014 World Cup and we made him happy. We salute him with great affection and respect.

“As for the rest of the strike force, I don’t think there will be any other transfers. We’ll see if there are some bargains in January.”

 
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