Barcelona have denied reports claiming they were interested in signing Milan goalkeeper Dida.
Dida’s current deal expires in June and he has yet to sign a new contract, prompting speculatio about his future.
According to reports in Spain, Barca would be interested in Dida to provide competition for Victor Valdes, but sport director Txiki Beguiristain has dismissed the stories.
“We are not interested in Dida and we are very unhappy about these rumours,” he said.
“He has never been on our agenda.”
Meanwhile, Milan president Silvio Berlusconi admits he still dreams of signing Ronaldinho from Barcelona.
“I don’t believe all his declarations of commitment,” said Berlusconi.
“I reaffirm that should Ronaldinho leave the Spanish side, Milan will be in pole position to sign him.”