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Italian reports claim that Milan will make one last attempt to sign Kaka until the transfer window deadline on 31 January.
Brazilian international Kaka was set to hold talks over a return to the San Siro, where he first made his name in the European game, but Milan were unable to reach an agreement with Real Madrid. He is also believed to be eager to move away from the Bernabeu and restart his career at the club where he became the best player in the world.
Ricky hasn’t featured for the Spanish Champions since he was sent off for Real Madrid in their loss to Osasuna.
It was thought that there won’t be any homecoming transfer for the 30-year-old with Milan admitting defeat and capturing Italian international striker Mario Balotelli. But it now appears that Kaka could join Balotelli and head to Milan before the end of the month.
SportMediaset now says that the San Siro side are expecting a phone call by Real Madrid Florentino Perez before the transfer market closes so as to re-open failed Kaka negotiations. In fact, the former jewel has moved on top of Milan’s wish list before the January transfer market comes to its end. (Credits to AC MILAN MEDIA)
A loan deal still remains as the most plausible hypothesis, as Galliani is not willing to spend money on buying the Brazilian. Re-opening Robinho talks with Santos, selling Ignazio Abate to Zenit or letting Luca Antonini join Spartak Moscow may be the scenarios to see Milan raise funds for Kaka’s salary.
Earlier today Spanish daily AS reported that Guus Hiddink’s Anzhi have stepped in for the Brazil midfielder, however the Russian side themselves have denied making any contact.
“That’s stupidity,” club advisor German Tkachenko told Russian television channel TV Dozhd. “Even if Kaka is a great person, and he was a brilliant player, Anzhi have never held negotiations with Real or Kaka about his transfer. I want everybody to calm down. Either Kaka stays at Real or he goes to Milan.”