Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out a move for Real Madrid playmaker Kaka, after reports new Real boss Jose Mourinho was willing to offload Kaka to fund his own transfer plans.
Kaka struggled to show his best form during his debut season at Madrid last term following his big-money move from Milan. Mourinho is looking rebuild his squad around new signing Sami Khedira and potential newcomer Mesut Ozil.
Ancelotti and Kaka have a huge respect for each other from their time together at Milan, but the Italian says he has no plans to bring the former FIFA World player of the Year to Stamford Bridge.
"Kaka cannot come to Chelsea," Ancelotti told Sky Italia.
"He was one player of mine and has done so much for Milan, but now he belongs to Real Madrid and he will decide about his future along with his current club. Certainly neither I nor Chelsea will do it (decide his future)."