Kaka's father and adviser Bosco Leite was scheduled to hold talks with AC Milan yesterday on his son's possible move to Manchester City.
City have put together a bid of over £100million (about R1,5 billion) to land the 26-year-old Brazilian, an offer that has reportedly been accepted.
But City boss Mark Hughes said the club was "a million miles" from sealing the deal, with Kaka said to be undecided.
Contrary to reports, a Milan spokesman said he did not believe City officials would attend the meeting.
And Hughes himself has urged patience as the newly rich Eastlands club attempts to pull off what would be a world record football transfer.
"The scale is too large and there are too many elements to it," Hughes told BBC Sport.
"We're a millions miles away from actually concluding the deal. It's not a case of talking to the club, talking to the boy and getting the deal done in 48 hours. You have to give it the time it deserves.
"If we can make it happen, we will do I'm sure because the owners have a real desire to bring the best players in the world to this club," added Hughes, who also stressed Kaka's reported £500000-a-week wages (R7,5 million) had not been discussed.
Milan have given Kaka permission to discuss the transfer with City . - BBC