SPECIAL: What Can Old Flame Kaka Bring To Milan


Another perspective of Kaka’s return…

Kaka’s proposed loan move back to Milan could be a marriage made in heaven as both camps continue their bad form this season. While he is struggling to force his way into Real Madrid’s XI, Milan are a long way off the Champions League places in Serie A and still look far from convincing.

What Kaka needs are games in a familiar environment to boost his confidence and restore his influence on the pitch, while Milan could do with a midfielder able to come in and hit the ground running. A loan move is perfect right now and could inspire the Rossoneri.

There are reports from Betfair Football that Kaka’s agents met Milan vice-president, Adriano Galliani, about a proposed move and that the player would be happy to take a wage cut to return to the San Siro. Galliani himself told reporters of the club’s financial situation:

“The negotiation isn’t easy due to Kaka’s wages. No one in Italy can pay a €5 million salary. He must make sacrifices to come back to Milan.”

With attacker, Kevin Prince-Boateng, staying at Milan instead of playing for Ghana in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, Brazilian midfielder’s arrival would certainly complement the 25-year-old as Massimiliano Allegri’s side claw their way back up the league. Their 2-1 victory over Bologna on Sunday proved this team can win when required and the three points ended a brief blip of two games without a victory.

Yet, even in that performance, Milan looked unconvincing going forward at times and, were it not for Giampaolo Pazzini’s brace – his fifth goal in five for Milan – the Rossoneri may have fallen short against a spirited Bologna.

If Kaka can return to the sort of form he had when departing the San Siro for Madrid, then Allegri will have a world-class addition to his side. With Ricky just behind Prince-Boateng, El Shaarawy and Pazzini, maybe Milan can think about a European place this season, a development that would surprise the odds on Betfair Football.

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