Kaka to Galaxy, via Milan - reports
By Chris Donald
Real Madrid midfielder Kaka could be about to make a short return to former club AC Milan before joining LA Galaxy in March.
AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani is flying out to Madrid today to attempt to complete negotiations, which will see Kaka return to the San Siro, reports Football Espana.
The move could happen after the Brazilian declared his intention to leave Madrid with manager Carlo Ancelotti confirming he is free to go.
Despite reported interest from Manchester United and Arsenal, the 31-year-old seems set on a return to Milan, the club he left for a then-world record fee in 2009.
The move is still in some doubt after Galliani told journalists at Linate airport: “The return of Kaka remains very, very, very difficult.”
However, Tuttosport are reporting that the move to Milan will only be a short-term agreement with the player then moving on to LA Galaxy when the MLS season begins in March.