AC Milan vice president has played down reports the Rossoneri have agreed terms with CSKA Moscow for the transfer of Keisuke Honda, but refused to rule out a move for the 27-year-old.
Milan have been in negotiations with Honda's representatives in recent weeks, according to the Italian media, and it is believed the Japan international would be worth around €2.5 million per season.
Honda's strong performances for Japan in the World Cup qualifiers and Confederations Cup have made him a target for a number of European clubs, but Milan look close to signing the midfielder.
Several media outlets in Italy claimed on Thursday that Honda is set to join on a four-year deal and although he refused to confirm the rumours, Galliani hinted that a move is imminent.
"At the moment, he is a CSKA Moscow player," he told Sky Sport. "But who can predict what will happen in the future?"