Chelsea have rejected claims in the Italian press that they have made a €100m for Milan's Brazilian midfielder Kaka. Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani told Italian reporters that the club had rejected "a conspicuous offer" for Kaka, but that the 26-year-old Brazilian is not for sale.
Speculation over a deal to bring Kaka to Stamford Bridge mounted over the weekend when the 2007 World player of the year's representatives said that the Brazilian would be interested in joining Chelsea. But the Blues have insisted that no offer for the player has been made as it's clear that Milan don't want to sell.
Instead the London club have stepped up their bid to sign Robinho from Real Madrid. Despite being a key figure in the Madrid club's league win last year, the 24-year-old Brazilian has stated that he would like to work with Luiz Felipe Scolari at Chelsea.