Kaka Moves Closer To Real Madrid Exit As Milan Make Another Offer For The Brazilian Star

No more room for the Brazilian star, as Modric is set to seal Real Madrid move…

Kaka appears to be heading firmly towards the Real Madrid exit door.

With Los Blancos closing on completing a deal for Tottenham Hotspur schemer Luka Modric, the Brazilian’s first team opportunities at the Bernabeu have receded even further and his chances of a summer switch elsewhere have increased as a result. Milan remains Kaka’s most likely destination, a transfer which would represent a return to the club he left for Real Madrid in 2009.

Indeed, sources in Italy have indicated that the Brazilian schemer is willing to take a wage cut from his lucrative salary at the Bernabeu in order to land at the San Siro. Kaka and his father Bosco are originally reluctant to accept a pay cut, but have realized that a pay cut will not be able to complete the move and the 30-year-old midfielder has finally decided to earn less money.

Kaka and Milan have even reached an agreement, and now Kaka to is to persuade Real Madrid to let him join Milan on loan or reduce the requirements of the transfer fee.

Los Blancos have indicated that they are looking for in the region of €25 million to €30 million for the 30-year-old, a price which is far in excess of an amount Milan can afford. Marca reports that the Rossoneri have suggested a figure of just €13 million for Kaka, with the possibility this could rise to €15 million or €16 million.


One response to “Kaka Moves Closer To Real Madrid Exit As Milan Make Another Offer For The Brazilian Star

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