AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has rejected rumours linking the club with a move for Adriano.
Brazilian not on AC's radar
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has rejected rumours linking the club with a move for troubled Inter Milan striker Adriano.
Adriano's future at Inter remains shrouded in doubt after the Brazilian decided to take a break from the game.
Inter president Massimo Moratti has indicated the club could cancel Adriano's contract, which fuelled talk that city rivals AC Milan could be ready to snap up the forward on a free transfer.
However, Galliani has moved to dampen the speculation insisting Milan have no interest in the South American.
"Nobody here has ever thought about Adriano," said Galliani.
"Milan have nothing to do with the Adriano situation - it is an internal matter for Inter to resolve.
"I won't talk about the market until the end of the season. I have clear ideas in my head, but I won't be discussing them."