Kaká to return to São Paulo?
Real Madrid midfielder Kaká reportedly met with São Paulo executive Marco Aurelio Cunha last Thursday to discuss the possibility of returning to the Brazilian club.
The Brazil international has been plagued with injury since his move to Madrid from AC Milan in 2009, and speculation has suggested that the 30-year-old will leave the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
Reports have said that Paris Saint-Germain are currently leading the chase for Kaká’s signature, but according to AS, São Paulo are now attempting to lure the World Player of the Year back to the Morumbi.
The Spanish newspaper claims that the Tricolor Paulista fancy their chances of matching Kaká's wage demands, providing that they get the financial support from sponsors.
However, an obstacle that is likely to prevent São Paulo's chances of re-signing the Kaká is the transfer fee, as the club are not in a position to equal the £20 million PSG are rumoured to be willing to offer Real Madrid in the upcoming transfer window.