Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is not a target for the Vincenza Montella side AC Milan, according to director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli.
The Spain International returned to Madrid after the La Liga giants exercised a buyback clause to sign the 24-year-old from Serie A champions Juventus in the off-season, but he has not played as much football as he expected.
The Madrid born guy has been linked with moves to English Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester United, while Milan have emerged as a possible destination after Mirabelli was spotted in the Spanish capital for the UEFA Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
"I went to Madrid to watch a game and not for Morata. He is of no interest to Milan," Mirabelli told Mediaset Premium prior to Milan's 4-1 loss at home to Roma. "Our strategy will be independent of the final placement."
Mirabelli added: "Our plans will not change based on our final position in the table.
"We currently have a young squad, a good squad, and there are some loan players here too who will return to their clubs. We know that we must introduce players to raise the current quality level. When the transfer window opens, we'll act accordingly.
"We have clear ideas, we know that there's a lot of responsibility on our shoulders, as over the next few years Milan cannot be in the position they hold now."
"Milan and the prestige of Milan go beyond any position in the table. That is what we are relying on.”