Milan have removed one barrier to Kaka’s return, one to go…
One obstacle to Kaka joining Milan this summer appears to have been removed after sources in Italy declared personal terms to have been agreed between the Rossoneri and the Brazilian.
Kaka’s spot at Real Madrid is unclear given fierce competition in the Bernabeu engine room and manager Jose Mourinho is believed to be ready to cash in on the Brazil international for the right price.
For Milan, bringing Kaka back would be a coup – the Rossoneri sold the midfielder to Real Madrid in 2009 – but the cost of the transfer is a concern. Both Kaka’s personal terms and the fee Real Madrid would demand for the 30-year-old has looked to make the transfer unrealistic for a Milan side hoping to cut costs.
But now the midfielder’s personal terms have been agreed, the Italian giants can concentrate on thrashing out a fee with Los Blancos for the player.
It still remains to be seen whether Milan can push the deal through, but it would provide the Rossoneri faithful with a big boost if Kaka does land, especially after Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic departed the San Siro this summer.
Also as American media report, the Brazilian midfielder has once again expressed strong will of joining Milan by rejecting recent offers from Los Angeles Galaxy and Turkish giant Galatasaray.