Real Madrid ace Kaka has rejected speculation that he'll end this week by joining Milan for the second time in his career.
With the transfer window closing on August 31, there are those in Italy who are convinced that Kaka is set to return.
However, speaking after scoring in Real's 6-0 win over Real Zaragoza, the South American committed his future to the Spanish outfit.
"I'm happy with the goal and I always said that I wanted to stay at Real Madrid," the attacking midfielder noted.
"The rumours about a possible exit from Madrid are all lies."
Kaka has been regularly linked with a return to Milan since his 2009 switch to Liga giants Real Madrid.
He spent six years with the Rossoneri during a time when he was crowned as the world's best player.
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