Carlo Ancelotti says Real Madrid will not be involved in transfer window

• 'No one is leaving and no one is coming in'
• Speculation over Arsenal interest in Álvaro Morata

The Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has stated that there will be no transfers in or out of the club during the January transfer window amid reported interest from England in fringe players such as Fábio Coentrão and Álvaro Morata.

"No one is leaving and no one is coming in. We have a good squad," the Italian said. "We don't need anything."

There has been speculation linking the Portugal full-back Coentrão, 25, with Manchester United while Arsenal are said to be looking at the 21-year-old striker Morata again in the wake of Theo Walcott's injury. The Argentina winger Ángel di María is another whose future had been discussed. © 2014 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

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