AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has played down speculation that continues to suggest Ricardo Kaka could move to Manchester City.
The talismanic Brazilian has been linked with a switch to the English Premier League outfit ever since billionaire owners Abu Dhabi United Group took control and immediately made bold exclamations with regards transfer policy.
Kaka has been mooted as a possible target and on Tuesday it was reported senior Manchester City representatives had met with Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani to discuss a possible transfer.
City's sensational capture of Robinho under the nose of Chelsea proved they have the spending power to entice world class talent, but Berlusconi insists Kaka is not for sale.
"I know nothing about a Manchester City offer for Kaka," said Berlusconi. "I think he's not transferable and given that is the case, he will stay at Milan."
In previous transfer wndows, the 26-year-old attracted heavy interest from both Real Madrid and Chelsea, but both failed to take him away from the San Siro.
Source: Sky Sports