Milan officials have set their sights on playmaker duo…
Silvio Berlusconi wants to celebrate his return as a Milan President with another prestigious return – Kaka from Real Madrid.
The Brazilian left Milan in tears back in 2009 to join the Merengues for €65 million.
Less than a year ago Berlusconi revealed he would have loved to have Kaka back and the player will be able to move back to San Siro if he agrees to reduce his wage.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri would also be delighted to have the former player in the team since the manager is struggling to find the right trequartista for his formation.
Kevin-Prince Boateng played only 14 games this term and saw the score sheet 4 times. Allegri tried to replace the Ghanaian with Urby Emanuelson, veteran Clarence Seedorf and Robinho, but still hasn’t managed to fulfill his plan.
In the meantime, Adriano Galliani is also looking at Marek Hamsik. The Slovak may leave Napoli in the summer especially if the Azzurri fail to finish third this term.
Hamsik performed below expectations this term and although President Aurelio De Laurentiis claimed the player is not for sale, Napoli may consider his departure if the right offer comes in.