AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi insists Ronaldinho has no plans to depart the Serie A club.
Ronaldinho, who joined Milan from Barcelona in 2008, has this summer been linked with a return to his native Brazil to play for Flamengo.
But Berlusconi is adamant the 30-year-old winger will continue to ply his trade at the San Siro for the forseeable future.
"With him I have a deal, until he stops playing football he will stay with us," said Berlusconi.
"He is unquestionably a Milan player and he will remain here, he'll renew the contract because he is by far the most decisive player I've ever seen."
Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso has also been linked with a move away from the club, but Berlusconi is keen to keep him at Milan.
He added: "I have great admiration for Rino, I'm glad if he remains, but we don't put against the will of a player if he feels the need to go."
Chief executive Adriano Galliani insists there have been no bids made for either Ronaldinho or Gattuso.
"Neither Ronaldinho nor his brother (and agent) have never asked anything," said Galliani. "There are no offers for Ronaldinho and Gattuso".
Berlusconi claims the club have turned down bids from Real Madrid for centre-back Thiago Silva, and played down speculation linking Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a move to the San Siro.
"We have refused offers of Real Madrid for Thiago Silva," added Berlusconi.
"It's true that Ibra (Ibrahimovic) was ours in 2006, then Calciopoli changed things, but I have my doubts on his possible inclusion in the locker room of Rossoneri."