Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has said no more players will be allowed to leave before the transfer window.
The La Liga side have sold the likes Gonzalo Higuain, Raul Albiol and Jose Callejon this summer, and also lost Michael Essien, who returned to his parent club Chelsea following a season’s loan in the Spanish capital.
Other stars in the squad have been linked with moves away, with plenty of speculation surrounding the likes of Angel di Maria, Fabio Coentrao and Sami Khedira.
But speaking following his side’s 3-0 rout of Inter Milan in the final game of the US tour, Ancelotti said his squad was almost complete and that no more players would leave.
“Coentrao is thinking about leaving, but I’d be happy if he stayed because he’s a cracking player,” Ancelotti said.
He added: “Being at Madrid isn’t so bad. Khedira isn’t going to leave. No player is in a position to leave. Di Maria is also going to stay. The dressing room is great, the atmosphere is really good.”