Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has denied Real Madrid star Kaka could be set to join the Nerazzurri.
Kaka, 28, moved to Madrid from AC Milan in 2009, but has struggled with injuries and has failed to find his best form in Spain.
And following the summer arrival of Germany playmaker Mesut Ozil at the Bernabeu, reports have linked Kaka with a move away from Real, with Inter reportedly targeting the 2007 FIFA World Player of the Year.
But despite Moratti admitting he would like to see the player at his club, he has insisted there is no prospect of a deal. "Kaka is a very nice idea, but he will not come to Inter," Moratti is quoted as saying by AS.
Inter director Marco Tronchetti Provera had recently hinted that a deal could be possible when he said: "I'd like to see Kaka at Inter."