Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has rejected claims that he has opened transfer negotiations with Real Madrid to sign Brazilian playmaker Kaka but added: "It's a wonderful idea."
Italian newspaper Il Corriere dello Sport claim that Inter plan to take Kaka on loan in January until the end of the season with an option to buy the former AC Milan star at a knock-down price next summer.
The deal could be similar to the one AC Milan did for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whereby Inter pay just €24 million for a player who Real Madrid bought for €68.5 million last August.
Il Corriere claim Inter officials will sit down with their Real counterparts following their Champions League clash in Milan in November, but Moratti insists there is no plan in place.
"I read about it in this morning's papers," said Moratti. "It's a wonderful idea, but it doesn't come from us."
Meanwhile, former AC Milan manager Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly eager to be reunited with Kaka at Chelsea.