Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini insists he didn't discuss transfers during his visit to AC Milan this week.

Mancini met with Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani, which sparked transfer speculation over several players.

"I went to the Milan offices yesterday purely for a courtesy call. Besides which, it was Galliani who called and asked me to do so," Mancini told news agency ANSA.

"Therefore, there are no transfer moves in the pipeline. I was in Milan for personal reasons and Galliani asked to meet up.

"I was there for 10 minutes and I certainly did not make a proposal for Thiago Silva, nor did I offer Mario Balotelli or Carlos Tevez to Milan."