Negotiations For Kaka On Hold, But Milan’s CEO Galliani WIll Still Travel To Spain On Wednesday


Real Madrid have once again rejected Milan loan offer because of tax rule…

Milan’s negotiations with Real Madrid of the return of Kaka have once again hit the stumbling block. Real Madrid don’t want to discuss about a possible loan deal, while Milan don’t want to buy the Brazilian on full transfer. This made Galliani mad as he canceled Bronzzetti’s trip to Spain earlier today.

Real Madrid have completed the signing of Croatia playmaker Luka Modric as the stuttering Spanish champions seek an injection of guile and creativity to get their troubled season back on track. With Modric in the roster, there will be no further hope left for Kaka to get the starting spot and his future in still in the air.

However the deal is not officially down as there are other ways of unlocking the difficult negotiations. With no possibility of a loan with the right to purchase, Ilsussidiario.net claim that there is only one shot left worth taking – a loan with the obligation to sign the player at the end of the season. That is the only thing that would be a good solution for everyone: Kaka will get a playing time, Milan will get a quality player and Real Madrid will “get rid” of Kaka’s tax issue.

Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani may be on his way to France to complete a €2.5 million deal for M’Baye Niang, but however let’s not forget about the fact that he is either way going to travel to Spain on Wednesday to attend SpanishCup clash between giants Real Madird and Barcelona. This is the current situation and further developments are expected on Wednesday…

The journey of Galliani to Madrid to attempt for the last time to get Kaka is now being called “The Journey of Hope” by the Italian media. Now if Milan’s vice-president manages to get the 30-year-old, the presentation will be already on Monday. Is is widely rumored that Kaka will get the call-up for the second leg of El Clasico and by that play his final game in the Real Madrid jersey.

In the meantime, Milan coach Allegri and director Braida have had a meeting about the transfer market on Monday and Galliani has promised a new signing until Friday’s transfer deadline.

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