AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani to meet with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez on Tuesday over Kaká deal
AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani is to meet with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez on Tuesday to discuss a possible deal to take Kaká back to Italy.
Kaká, 30, moved to Real Madrid for €68.5 million in June 2009 but his time with the Spanish giants has been blighted by injury and loss of form and both the player and the club are keen to find a way to part company.
“Kaká will come if we can get an agreement between the three parties: We, the Real Madrid and the player,” Galliani told reporters.
“We have a salary issue, which is not according to the current situation in Italy, so we must find a solution. If not, we will not.”
According to Spanish daily AS, Kaká currently earns €10 million a year in Madrid and would be willing to drop to €7.5 million to move back to his former club, however Milan claim they could only afford €5 million.
“There is only a negotiation in progress and is by Ricardinho, and is being difficult. The love between the fans and the player never finished. It's the law of numbers that forced us, at any given time, to sell Kaka and now we're seeing if we can get him back,” added Galliani.
There may be complications in the deal though, as Real Madrid do not want to give the Brazilian international away for free but would like to move him on permanently, whereas Milan would prefer a loan deal to start with.