One failed attempt, but Milan will once again try to land the Brazilian in January…
Kaka is still on the wanted list of Milan, according to Spanish daily AS.
The Brazilian midfielder was widely expected to leave Real Madrid this summer, but stayed put after no side was willing to match the asking price Los Blancos had slapped on his head.
Milan were the only club interested in Kaka, though with the player’s salary expectations significantly higher than the Italian giants were able to afford, the Rossoneri wished to take the midfielder without a fee. Real Madrid kept hold of the man they bought from Milan in 2009, but Kaka has been told by manager Jose Mourinho that he is likely to only be a bit-part player at the Bernabeu this season.
The 30-year-old is thought to be keen to head back to Milan, if a deal can be agreed with Real Madrid. And the Milanese giant have not yet given up on the prospect.
Indeed, the Brazilian star is believed to be wanted personally by the club’s owner, Silvio Berlusconi, almost guaranteeing that another attempt to sign the midfielder will be made in the January transfer window.
It remains to be seen whether Real Madrid’s stance will have shifted by that point.
In the meantime, Kaka is thought to finally make his LA Liga debut against Sevilla on Saturday!