"As far as I know, Blatter is here for a private visit, that's why all meetings that might take place, they will be a part of his private visit and cannot be considered official," Peskov said when asked whether Russian President Vladimir Putin was going to meet with Blatter.
Peskov added that he was not in a position to say how the former FIFA president had obtained tickets for the World Cup.
Blatter, who is banned from taking part in any FIFA activities until 2022, arrived in Moscow on Tuesday saying that he came "to enjoy the World Cup," which kicked off on June 14. Earlier, media reported that Blatter would attend Wednesday's match between Portugal and Morocco in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.
Russia is currently hosting its first-ever FIFA World Cup, with matches set to be played in 12 stadiums across 11 cities.