Milan have not yet agreed a deal with Keisuke Honda, according to vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The CSKA Moscow midfielder has been linked with the San Siro outfit throughout the off-season as they look to add to their squad ahead of the new campaign.
Reports in Italy have suggested Milan club have sealed a four-year deal for the Japan international, but Galliani insists no transfer has been concluded yet.
“Honda? At the moment he is a CSKA Moscow player,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“But who can predict what will happen in the future.”
Galliani also confirmed there was no news on the future of Brazilian Robinho, adding: “With Robinho there is nothing new.”
Milan secured a UEFA Champions League berth for next season courtesy of a third-place finish in Serie A.