Galliani and the Brazilian have moved to quash fresh speculation linking the player with the Spaniards, and the official also insisted Ancelotti’s future will be revealed on Monday.
Spanish newspaper AS today claims that Real Madrid could announce the arrival of Brazilian superstar Kaka from Milan as early as next week, as the Rossoneri agreed to release the 27-year-old after making sure that French starlet Yoann Gourcuff will return to Lombardy from his loan spell at Bordeaux.
But Milan Vice President Adriano Galliani has quickly stepped in to stop the rumour mill grinding out further misiinformation, and insisted that the former Sao Paulo youngster remains committed to the Diavoli.
“Kaka will stay at Milan,” he said in a brief interview with Sky Italia.
And Kaka was on the same wavelength, adding: “I’ve always said that I love it in Milan.”
But Galliani would not be drawn on the future of boss Carlo Ancelotti, who is expected to leave the club for Chelsea after Sunday’s final game of the Serie A season against Fiorentina.
“We’ll talk about it on Monday,” said Galliani, reiterating that no decision has been made yet.
Vince Masiello, Goal.com