Mourinho: I don't know if Kaká will leave Real Madrid
Real Madrid coach José Mourinho has stated that Kaká could leave the club this summer.
The 30-year-old midfielder's agent revealed earlier this week that he was in talks with AC Milan over a possible return to the San Siro, but the Italian club's vice-president Adriano Galliani subsequently admitted that the deal could become ''impossible'' due the player's high transfer fee and wage demands.
Speaking ahead of Real Madrid's friendly against Benfica in Lisbon on Friday, Mourinho explained to reporters that it is too early to tell whether Kaká will leave the Santiago Bernabéu in the coming weeks.
''He's going to play for 45 to 60 minutes, but I understand that you want to know if he is staying," the former Chelsea boss said. ''I do not know and neither do the club nor the player.
''But there is no doubt between us [Mourinho and Kaká]: he knows what I think and I know what he wants.
''The market is open until August 31 and a lot can happen until then. But as long as he's a Madrid player, he will train with the first team and play with us.
"He will travel to the United States [for the club's pre-season tour] and if he stays, I'll be delighted, because we can still do things together.''