AC Milan have dismissed reports linking them with a move for Chelsea defender Jose Bosingwa.
The Portuguese right-back is out of contract in the summer and speculation has suggested he could leave Stamford Bridge.
Milan have been linked with a move but director Ariedo Braida maintains they have no plans to try and sign the former Porto star.
Braida admits it would be wrong to rule out something happening in the future but insists there is no chance of a January swoop.
"We always like great players, Bosingwa is one of course, but right now we are on standby," Braida is quoted by calciomercato.com as telling the Portuguese press.
"Right now there is no interest on our part. In June who knows. What I can say is that he won't join us now, in the summer I don't know."
Bosingwa missed most of last season and the beginning of this term through injury but is now back to full fitness and a key player for the Blues.