Fluminense deny Kaká interest
Fluminense have denied reports that the club are in talks with Real Madrid's Kaká over a possible move back to his native Brazil.
Reports in Spain on Thursday claimed that Fluminense were looking to add the playmaker to their collection of stars with Deco, Fred and possibly Juan Roman Riquelme on his way.
But UoL claims to have spoken to Fluminense officials who have denied the story coming out of Spain and says the club has no interest in the player.
Meanwhile, Kaká is currently in Milan for talks with AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani over a possible loan deal between the two clubs.
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.
Galliani had previously insisted that the midfielder's wages, which are reported to be around €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 and that a deal could be concluded.