AC Milan's Kaka has denied holding talks with Real Madrid and said he wants to stay with the Serie A club.
Spanish media said prospective Real Madrid president Florentino Perez had agreed with Milan to sign Kaka in the off-season, having failed to attain the Brazilian when he was in charge at the Bernabeu.
"I think in recent days too many people have talked, now I'll speak," Kaka told Thursday's Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I have not had contact with Real, no one has tried to contact me and I think I have already made myself clear ... my wish is to stay at Milan."
Asked whether that would mean he would stay at the San Siro for life, Kaka said: "For the fifth time, it seems so to me."
Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani, who almost sold Kaka to Manchester City in January for a record fee, earlier said the former world player of the year is not for sale.
Kaka, who has been troubled by a foot injury in recent weeks, also said he would be happy to play under Massimiliano Allegri, amid media speculation the Cagliari boss may replace current coach Carlo Ancelotti.