One hundred Rossoneri fans protested outside Milan's training ground today as the team returned to training.

Milan fans are disappointed by the club's failure to lure any big names to the San Siro despite pocketing 67million euros for the sale of Kaka to Real Madrid last month.

"The situation is very clear," said Galliani. "There are offers from Milan for (Real Madrid striker Klaas-Jan) Huntelaar and (Sevilla forward) Luis Fabiano.

"But the market is blocked because after the signings made by Real Madrid, the prices have doubled than with respect to last year.

"We will wait.

"I believe that the prices will go down in August, just like in the shops."

Earlier this summer, Milan had been linked with a move to acquire Barcelona star Samuel Eto'o.

"Eto'o is a big player who wants too much money," said Galliani. "There's no hope of getting him.

"This is the time when you need to look closely at the books and football is like any other business right now."

Milan's priority was to lure Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko to the San Siro but the Bundesliga giants were not willing to sell the player.

New Rossonero coach Leonardo would happily settle for the arrival of either Huntelaar or Luis Fabiano.

"They are both players that could do well at AC Milan," said Leonardo.

"Luis Fabiano is at the right stage of maturity where he could prove his true value in a team that wants to do well like Milan.

"As for Huntelaar, he will leave Real Madrid because other players have arrived that would limit his playing time."

Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi reassured worried supporters that his squad will be competitive on all fronts next season.

"From a technical point of view, no-one in Italy has such a strong team as ours," Berlusconi told Gazzetta dello Sport.

"We have great champions like (Alexandre) Pato, Ronaldinho and (Andrea) Pirlo and many promising youngsters.

"The true Milan fans have good sense and they must trust us because we have given them marvellous campaigns in the past."

He added: "If in the transfer market a door opens, then someone may arrive. Otherwise, we are good as we are. There's no need to buy at any cost.

"I think like (UEFA president Michel) Platini that football should return to the normalcy of life.

"In any case, for us (the Real Madrid spending spree) has been good because we got 67million euros so I cannot criticise them too much."