AC Milan admit their coach Carlo Ancelotti could take over at Chelsea in the summer. Organising director Umberto Gandini, said: "I cannot talk on behalf of Carlo but I don't think he would be interested in doing anything now.
"But if the position will be open in July then I think he might consider it.
"He did already have a chance to consider it when he was approached last summer."
Gandini said there had been no approach to Milan so far by Chelsea but that there was a good relationship between the two clubs.
He added: "I'm totally unaware of any approach or any desire by Chelsea and Mr Abramovich. If that is the case I am pretty sure it will be a very straight and open discussion between the two clubs.
"But it's absolutely impossible that AC Milan would make any adjustment to the squad or technical staff now."
Gandini added: "In the summer, at the end of the season I think all teams have to evaluate the situation, players and coaches as well. It is a brand new system and a brand new world so I cannot speculate on anything."