Earlier this week Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani repeated that Ancelotti has a deal until June 2010 but that has not dampened the speculation.
Related ArticlesHiddink not after PavlyuchenkoVilla committed to ValenciaHiddink: Roman wasted at SpursChelsea eye £45m Villa bidSomething for the WeekendPapers: 'Roman's £40m Villa'The Italian press claimed that Cagliari coach Massimiliano Allegri will take over from Ancelotti at the San Siro but the current incumbent says he's not moving.
"I have no problem in doing this appointment every week," he said in a press conference before their trip to Chievo.
"Galliani has already spoken and I have nothing to add to that.
"Allegri? He has the ability to coach any team, he could even coach Chelsea but if we wants the job here he's going to have to wait."
Looking to take care of the job in hand, Ancelotti said: "We're thinking about finishing in the top three and then we'll work on being competitive in the Champions League.
"We have to think only about our own objectives but we have to be careful because the league is full of difficulties."