Real Madrid Reject Milan Loan Request, But Drop Kaka’s Price To €8 Million


Spanish champions have helped Milan by dropping the asking price for Kaka…

It is more than obvious that with the arrival of Croatian midfielder Luka Modric, former Milan jewel Kaka will be shown the Real Madrid exit door. In addition, Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is firmly stuck to his decision to sell the Brazilian ace.

According to reports he has become Milan’s one and only target until the end of the summer. Milan’s CEO Galliani revealed the efforts to bring Kaka back from Real Madrid, but may encounter difficulties in their attempts.

La Gazzetta dello Sport today reports that the Madrid giant have rejected Milan’s recent loan offer. However, they have dropped their asking price from €25 million to only €8 million on a permanent transfer.

A meeting between the leadership is scheduled on Sunday after the Trofeo Berlusconi in which President Berlusconi, CEO Galliani and Coach Allegri will decide the market targets of the end of this summer. The staff will also discuss the Kaka topic. Berlusconi has no doubts in his will to bring the 30-year-old back at the San Siro, but the costs at the moment are beyond Milan’s limits. But if extra budget is approved, Milan may be able to sign the Brazilian midfielder.

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3 responses to “Real Madrid Reject Milan Loan Request, But Drop Kaka’s Price To €8 Million

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  2. I’m wondering what will happen first: Kaká to Milan or Apple to launch iTV? And Kaká’s move will be a permanent one – this summer or next. He is not going to return to Madrid.

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    • Hahahaha perhaps they will come up with a floating TV before the end of this saga 😀
      It has got to be either way. I don’t believe that he’s way too blind to stay when he knows that Ozil, Callejon & now Modric are the first options.
      He’s definitely not. It’s just that Madrid don’t want to pay half of his salary. Otherwise they’d accept the loan offer, but without that salary option…

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