Real Madrid's Kaká open to AC Milan return
Real Madrid playmaker Kaká has admitted that he is still unhappy at the Santiago Bernabeu and wants to return to former club AC Milan.
The 30-year-old spent six years at the San Siro before leaving for around €70million in 2009, but has now fallen out of first-team favour under José Mourinho.
Kaká has been looking for an exit route since last summer and following a meal with fellow Brazilian Robinho in Italy on Wednesday, the midfielder admitted he was not enjoying his time at the Blancos.
He told Sky Sport 24: "I had two days off so I decided to come and see Robinho. He’s a great friend and a great player, someone who can still give a lot to the club.
"A future for me at Milan? I have a contract at Real Madrid, but the present situation is not good for me or Real."
Rossoneri Vice-President Adriano Galliani has already insisted that bringing the Seleção star back to the club was impossible because of his wage demands.
However, Kaká has stated that he would be willing to lower his wages in order to complete a San Siro return.
He added: "I have already said I'm open to find a solution. In Milan, I had many beautiful moments and still have friends here.
"I [have] already said I'm open to find a solution with Real, and if it's good for me it's good for everyone."
Kaká made 269 appearances for Milan during his time in Italy, scoring 95 goals and making 46 assists.
He also led the Rossoneri to the Serie A title in 2004 and more notably, the Champions League title in 2007.
Source: Football Italia