Berlusconi and Galliani set to discuss move for Brazilian…
Silvio Berlusconi is leaving open the door for a possible return of Brazilian soccer star Kaka to Milan. They have not spoken about a possible swoop for Kaka at great length but the president admits he will always hold a place in their hearts.
Berlusconi, the owner of the Serie A club, said Tuesday that he would need to be very careful about the terms of any contract with the high-priced player, but stressed that he “is in our hearts for the player and the man he is”.
“Kaka is one of those players who have made a mark in the history of Milan,” Berlusconi added in comments to Milan Channel.
“I’ve not spoken a lot about this with Galliani,” he told the Milan Channel. “I am not closed to a similar possibility, even if we must pay attention to the conditions.
“Kaka is one of those players who made Milan history.”
The Brazilian became a talismanic figure during his time at the San Siro before leaving for Real Madrid in 2009.
He has struggled to command a regular starting role at Real in recent times and has been linked with a switch elsewhere this summer. A move back to Milan is reported to be Kaka’s preference and Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani initially hinted that something could be done.