Milan’s CEO Galliani To Raid Real Madrid & Montpellier For Kaka & Yanga-Mbiwa In January

Milan still haven’t given up on Summner’s failed transfer targets…

Depending on Milan’s progress in Serie A this season, two missed signings may arrive in January.

According to several Spanish and French sources, Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani will again try to sign Montpellier’s defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Real Madrid’s out-of-favor midfielder Kaka.

The 23-year-old defender’s contract is set to expire in June 2013. The Rossoneri will be able to sign the player next season as a free agent or might try to lure him in January, even if the 23 year old won’t be able to play in the Champions League as his actual club is already taking part in the competition.

Moreover, Galliani will once again try to lure Real Madrid’s star Kaka. The Brazilian ace has also been included by Jose Mourinho in Real Madrid’s Champions League squad, but according to Globoesporte that won’t stop the the vice-president from giving another shot. Globo even suggest that Milan will table in a €10 million bid for Kaka in January, and if accepted the 30-year-old will have to reduce his current €9 million salary.

Only few days ago, AS have revealed that Kaka’s failure to find a new club scuppered Real Madrid plans of upgrading Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract, which may turn out to be a plus for Milan.

The Spanish newspaper says Real Madrid planned to fund Ronaldo’s pay-rise by selling Kaka this summer. But with the Brazilian remaining in Madrid, Real ‘s money-men cannot find the extra funds needed to meet Ronaldo’s demands.


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