Earlier this week, reports have suggested that Chelsea have approached Milan in a record-breaking 100 million Euro bid.
Kaka's representative had said that the player would like to play at Chelsea, and that the Brazilian's move to West London is "definitely going to happen" because of the financial problems at Milan. However, the Italian club's vice-president Adriano Galliani claimed that the Rossoneri rejected Chelsea's mega bid for Kaka.
Now Peter Kenyon is denying that Chelsea tabled a bid for Milan's Brazilian asset, whose club said that he is not for sale.
"They have made it clear that he is not for sale and we will make it clear we have not made an offer.
"There is no reason to negotiate over something they don't want to do and we have not made an offer," Kenyon said.
Peter Kenyon seemed more confident about Chelsea's Robinho talks with Real Madrid.
"We have had discussions with Madrid over it and they are ongoing. The window is still open and we are still talking to Madrid."