AC Milan in talks to sign Kaká on loan
AC Milan have announced via their official television channel that they have begun negotiations with Real Madrid over a possible loan deal for Kaká.
The news comes after the Brazilian revealed on Wednesday night that he is unhappy at the Santiago Bernabeu and wants to return to his former club.
Kaká, who was having a meal with fellow native Robinho in Italy, told reporters that he would also be willing to take a pay-cut in order to complete a San Siro return.
Club vice-president Adriano Galliani had previously insisted that the midfielder's wages, which are reported to be around €13million a season, are too high for the Rossoneri.
However, reports suggest that Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has now spoken directly to Real counterpart Florentino Perez about the player.
The Seleção star flew back to Madrid this morning, while two of his agents, Gaetano and Dario Paolillo, visited Milan’s Via Turati HQ for talks. Barbara Berlusconi, Galliani and Ariedo Braida were also present during the negotiations.
Kaká, who spent six years with Milan, has failed to cement a first team place under José Mourinho, having made just seven La Liga appearances this season.
Source: Football Italia