Milan vice-chairman Adriano Galliani has stated the club has received no approaches from potential investors as speculation continues to grow over its future.
The latest reports saw Milan this month forced to deny claims that it plans to sell a stake in the club to the Qatar sovereign wealth fund or other investors.
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport had reported that owner Silvio Berlusconi was considering selling a 30% stake in Milan for Eur250 million.
Gazzetta said the investment could help Milan pursue plans for a new stadium or redevelop the San Siro.
However, Galliani told Sky Italia: “President Berlusconi has always said that new investors are welcome and the doors are always open. However, I can assure you 100% that right now there are no buyers.”