Respected football agent Ernesto Bronzetti feels that Kaka is more likely to join Chelsea in the summer than Inter in January.
The Brazilian has been strongly associated with the ongoing Inter revolution which saw Leonardo replace Rafael Benitez on the Nerazzurri bench this month.
As part of the shake-up, Inter were rumoured to be preparing a January bid for Real Madrid's Kaka, a player who made his name in European football with city rivals Milan.
However, Bronzetti has been attributed a number of quotes which suggest that the South American is heading for the Premiership.
"Kaka to Inter? I know Real President Florentino Perez very well, I only spoke to him a few days ago and he'll never sell Kaka in January," Bronzetti said.
"I would say that there is a 90 per cent chance that Kaka will go to Chelsea at the end of the season for a fee of around €50m."
Chelsea have been keen on the player in the past and Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti worked with the attacking midfielder during his stint on the Milan bench.