Real Madrid’s Kaka Closing In On Milan Return

Spanish press reassures that Kaka is set to rejoin the Italian giants…

Milan are set to reignite their interest in Real Madrid playmaker Kaka, Spanish newspaper AS reports.

The Rossoneri attempted to sign their former player few months back, but were forced to pull out because of the player’s wage demands.

Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani admitted few weeks back that the Rossoneri weren’t able to afford Kaka’s salary, but the situation has changed a great deal since. With Thiago Silva’s completed move and Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s proposed move to Paris Saint-Germain, the Rossoneri could save around €150 million in the space of two years.

The improved financial situation means they are likely to resurrect the Kaka deal and initial talks are expected to take place in the coming days. This is a perfect scenario for Real Madrid, who are hoping to cash in on the Brazilian and at the same time make way for the arrival of Luka Modric from Tottenham.

The Spanish press also reports that Kaka and Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho are said to meet up on Monday, when it’s supposed that the Portuguese boss will give the midfielder a permission to leave Madrid.

Given that all three parties would profit from the deal, the odds are that Kaka will return to San Siro before the summer transfer window is over.

2 responses to “Real Madrid’s Kaka Closing In On Milan Return

  1. “€150 million in the space of two years”. Nope. About half of this sum: €72 million without any bonus. In the long term (5 years), €108 million, considering only salaries.

    But I suppose he’ll return next month.


    • I was also doubting this statement that Berlusconi gave.
      Yeah.. the passage ain’t over yet. We’ll have to see few more denials and confirmations, few more Kaka-Mourinho meetings and… in the end – Kaka will be back 🙂


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