Kaka has dismissed talk of a move to Chelsea, by reiterating his desire to stay at Milan.
Following Luiz Felipe Scolari’s appointment as Chelsea manager, reports have suggested he will look to bring his fellow Brazilian to Stamford Bridge, but Kaka insists he is happy at Milan.
“I appreciate Chelsea’s reported interest, but I have not got the slightest desire to leave Milan,” Kaka told Brazilian TV channel SporTv.
“The only way today to leave Milan would be if Milan want to sell me.
“But, from what I’ve seen, it seems difficult.”
Meanwhile, Kaka insists he does not hold a grudge against Milan after the club prevented him being included in the Brazil squad for the Olympic Games in Beijing in August.
He added: “Milan have the right to veto me.
“I have spoken publicly about a desire to play in the Olympics.
“For now, the decision is this. Now the Brazilian Football Association could also make a request to Milan.”