AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani is adamant Ronaldinho will still be at the club next season.
Uncertainty has shrouded the Brazilian's future of late, with it suggested that he could be offloaded as the Serie A giants attempt to lower the average age of their squad.
The former Barcelona star is under contract with the Rossoneri until 2011, but that has done little to curb the speculation.
Some reports have also claimed that the player himself is keen to move on, with countryman Leonardo having been relieved of his managerial duties and national coach Dunga overlooking him in his 2010 World Cup squad.
However, Galliani insists Milan have no plans to part with the Samba superstar and he fully expects the 30-year-old to be part of the club's plans in 2010/11.
"There is no problem with Ronaldinho," he said.
"There is already an agreement with his brother (who is also his agent) and there are no doubts that he will play at Milan next season."