Real Madrid to receive Kaká fee
Florentino Pérez has announced that Real Madrid will receive a fee from Milan for Kaká.
“The fee received will depend on the position that Milan finish in the Italian League,” the president was quoted as saying on Monday.
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport speculates that Real could earn €3 million, if Milan finish in Serie A’s top three this season.
Initial reports had claimed that Kaká was signed on a free transfer by the Rossoneri, having returned to the San Siro on transfer deadline day.
The potential fee that Real Madrid may receive is worlds apart from the €65 million they paid to bring the Brazilian international to Spain four years ago.
Despite winning La Liga (2011-12), The Copa del Rey (2010-11) and Supercopa de España (2012), Kaká seldom showed his best in Madrid, netting just 29 goals in 120 appearances.
Now back at Milan, where he was crowned World Player of the Year in 2007, the 31 year-old will need to rediscover the form that earned him that accolade, with Massimiliano Allegri’s side enduring a tough start to the new season.
Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at home to Napoli leaves them positioned in 11th place, with just four points secured from the first four rounds.
Kaká is currently out injured, after suffering a muscle strain in Milan’s 2-2 draw at Torino, on his competitive return.