The father of Kaka has denied that his visit to Milan today had anything to do with the Real Madrid ace.
Bosco Leite, who also acts as the player's agent, was spotted at the Rossoneri's Via Turati headquarters.
His presence inevitably started whispers of a Milan return for Kaka, but the Brazilian quickly ruled that out.
"Ricardo is not leaving Real Madrid," Bosco Leite stated.
It's likely that he visited the Italian club on Monday to sort out the contract of Digao, his other son, whose Milan contract has recently been rescinded.
Kaka's future at Real is in doubt after his spell in Spain so far has been affected by poor form and fitness issues.
He's been linked with a return to Serie A on numerous occasions, including a switch to Inter only last week.
That story suggested that Real were willing to loan Kaka to the Nerazzurri as part of a deal to sign Douglas Maicon.
Kaka, who spent six years with Milan, earns a reported €10m a season and joined Real for a massive €67m in 2009.