AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has ruled out a move for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.

The 21-year-old has been continually linked with a move back to Italy and has previously declared his admiration for the Rossoneri.

Berlusconi, however, feels with the quality that Milan currently have in their attack, Balotelli, though highly talented, is not needed.

"There is no possibility of [Mario] Balotelli coming here," he told Sky Sport Italia.

"We have [Antonio] Cassano here and he has many qualities and is very talented. He is 100% staying with us here."

As Samuel Eto'o edges closer to a deal with Anzhi, Milan's media tycoon has told the big-spending Russians they would be wasting their time trying to lure Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

"If the Russians were to offer 30million euros for Ibrahimovic, I would refuse. I would not change Ibra with anybody," he added.

Berlusconi also left the door open to former Milan poster boy Kaka for a return to the San Siro to end his career.

The 29-yearold joined Real Madrid in 2009 but has never managed to recreate the magic that propel Milan to domestic and European honours.

However, his status in Milan remains undiminished for his vast contribution to their success during his time with the club.

"When he left, we said it would be nice if he returned at the end of his career," continued Berlusconi.