Ronaldinho's agent has insisted that any decision on the Brazilian's future will be taken by AC Milan.
The former World Player of the Year admitted at the end of the season that he could not be certain he would stay at the San Siro.
Compatriot Leonardo's departure as manager fuelled further speculation, while Ronaldinho's fine form in recent months had reportedly attracted interest from elsewhere.
Manchester City were rumoured to be considering a move for the 30-year-old playmaker and there was talk of an offer from another unnamed Premier League club.
Ronaldinho's brother and representative Roberto de Assis is not sure what will happen during the transfer window but is happy for Milan to make the call.
With vice-president Adriano Galliani having already stated that the Rossoneri have no intention of letting Ronaldinho leave, it appears he is likely to stay.
"We have no meeting (planned) with AC Milan," De Assis told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"We will see what happens. It will be for AC Milan to decide what to do.
"And bids must arrive to the club, not to us."