Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has ruled out moves for Premier League trio Santi Cazorla, Javier Hernandez and Fernando Torres this summer.
The La Liga champions have already strengthened their squad with former Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic, goalkeeper Jan Oblak, full-back Guilherme Siqueria and French starlet Antoine Griezmann but after losing five members of their first team squad more additions are expected.
Manager Diego Simeone has revealed that Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was one of a number of strikers the club are monitoring as they attempt to fill the void left by David Villa and Diego Costa.
Arsenal's Santi Cazorla meanwhile has hinted in the past he intends to return to Spain while Fernando Torres remains heavily linked with a return to his boyhood club, despite Jose Mourinho recently claiming the maligned striker will not be sold.
Atletico have also been linked with a move for Napoli star Jose Callejon – who left Real Madrid for the Serie A giants last summer – but club president Cerezo insists the quartet do not come into their summer plans.
"Many names have been mentioned, but none of those players, neither Cazorla, Callejon, Torres nor Chicharito are on our agenda," Cerezo told Radio Marca. "If we sign another player, it won't be any of them."
Of Atletico's departures, Costa and Filipe Luis have moved to Chelsea to link up with Thiabaut Courtois following his three seasons on loan in the Spanish capital. The Blues were unsuccessful in their attempts to prise Spain international Koke away from the Vicente Calderon but could yet return with an offer for centre-half Joao Miranda.
However, after a season where the 29-year-old was integral to the club's success last season, Cerezo insists the defender will not be leaving the club.
"I know nothing about that at all, and if I haven't heard about it it's because he's going to stay. I'm almost certain of that."