Ricky has agreed to take a €4 million per year wage cut to re-join the Rossoneri!!
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According to Sky Sport 24, the Brazilian schemer’s agents have indicated Kaka will drop his €10 million per year salary to €6 million per year, in order to help push through a switch from Real Madrid. Kaka is keen to return to the club he left for Real Madrid in 2009, with first team chances limited under Jose Mourinho at the Bernabeu.
It is now expected that Real Madrid get to agree to let Kaka leave on free loan with no compensation. Galliani has been contacted twice by Real Madrid officials and been told that Los Blancos have doubts of giving up on him that easy.
The 30-year-old’s salary at Real Madrid has been a major factor preventing his departure and this latest move further smooths the path to Milanello. He is also hopeful that featuring regularly for Milan will help him secure a spot in Brazil’s 2014 World Cup squad.
For Milan, signing Kaka would be a big boost, especially with superstar names having departed the Rossoneri in the summer.
Milan lost both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain, in what was a painful double blow to the club’s fans.
In the meantime, SportMediaset‘s journalist Carlo Pellegatti revealed that Kaka is set to debut against Atalanta on Saturday!! “Ricardo Kaka on the bench against Atalanta in Bergamo, where he scored the winning goal on 26 October 2008, is a very real possibility, almost a certainty.”