Carlo Ancelotti: Kaká won't come to Chelsea

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Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti insists he has no plans to make a move to bring Real Madrid star Kaká to Stamford Bridge this summer.

Kaká left AC Milan for Los Galácticos last summer but, despite high expectations, he struggled to show his best form as injury problems hindered his transition.

Reports have suggested new Real boss José Mourinho is now willing to cash in on Kaká to fund his own transfer plans.

Ancelotti coached Kaká during their time together at Milan, but has claimed there is no chance of a reunion with the Brazilian playmaker.

"Kaká 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)."

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