Milan fly to the USA to meet Real Madrid in a friendly and reach an agreement on Kaka…
Adriano Galliani has reportedly flown out to the United States wit the res of the squad to hold talks with Real Madrid and Ricky Kaka over a proposed transfer.
The Brazilian is being strongly linked with a return to San Siro, after three largely unsuccessful seasons playing in Spain. Coach Jose Mourinho has told the player behind closed doors that he won’t be a first-team player next term and Milan have publicly admitted that they are interested in the player.
Real are on tour in the US at the moment and it is understood that the purpose of Galliani’s trip is to hold talks with their President Florentino Perez over the proposed transfer. These negotiations are reportedly scheduled for 8 August.
Milan chief Ariedo Braida says they remain hopeful of bringing Kaka back from Real Madrid. Spanish champions could well be willing to release Kaka on loan, but his wages are still too much for Milan to handle.
“What stage are the talks for Kaka? That’s the million-dollar question,” smiled Braida on SpazioMilan.
“The situation is in stand-by, we will wait to see how we can resolve the problem that you already know about. Of course his return would make everyone happy, as he is a lad we all care about and he made history with the Rossoneri. Obviously we’d be pleased to have him back with us.”
In the recent days, even defenders Luca Antonini, Daniele Bonera and captain Massimo Ambrosini have encouraged the Brazillian to return to his former club.