Real Madrid have been eyeing the midfield ace all summer long with the Rossoneri reacting by preparing a new contract for the player who is widely regarded as the best in the world.
According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, the club will offer a contract worth £4m per season until 2012.
"Will I stay a Rossonero for life? It depends on president Silvio Berlusconi and if he says he wants to keep me forever, then I believe him," Kaka told Sky Italia television.
"Besides, we've already had a meeting about this."
The 25-year-old added: "I don't hear the rumours, I think my attitude can be the best answer.
"Everyone talks, talks, but now I am here training with my team and I have future projects with this team, personal objectives.
Speculation that Kaka would sign for Real was fuelled recently when he accidentally got on the Spanish giants' team bus as the two teams arrived in Moscow for a pre-season tournament.
But Kaka insists it was a genuine mistake and that nothing should be read into his gaffe.
"It wasn't just me, the entire team got on that bus," he pointed out. "Carlo Ancelotti made a joke about me being so eager to be part of the Real group.
"At this stage, the whole Real Madrid issue has become one big joke."