AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani rumoured to be in Spain to take Real Madrid star Kaká back to San Siro
With AC Milan suffering their worst start to the Serie A season in years, it seems club chief Adriano Galliani has decided to take the matter of turning around the clubs fortune into his own hands.
Spanish newspaper AS is reporting that Galliani has flown to Madrid to discuss taking former player Kaká back to San Siro. The player himself has previously stated that he would be open to a move back to Italy after failing to nail a regular first team spot under Jose Mourinho.
However, Milan tried to get the playmaker back this summer but Real Madrid refused to let the player leave on loan and the wage demands of the Seleção star are currently too high for Milan to afford.
While in Madrid it is believed that Galliani was also hoping to address the club's defensive woe's and has asked about the availability of former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho, who has been told by Mourinho that he is no longer needed, and also Raul Albiol, another defender who has fallen down the pecking order.
Both players are reported to be available on loan and are much needed of AC Milan are to turn their season around.