Milan vice-president and C.E.O. Adriano Galliani admits clause could allow Kaká to leave
Milan vice-president and C.E.O. Adriano Galliani has admitted there is a clause in Kaká’s contract that could allow him to leave the club this summer.
Speaking earlier today, Galliani confirmed that the Brazil international will be able to leave Milan if they fail to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League.
With the Rossoneri currently 19 points adrift of 3rd place Napoli, it is almost certain that they will not meet that target.
Kaká has admitted that he would be interested in a move to Major League Soccer at some point in the near future, with the clause adding weight to speculation that a deal could happen this summer. Galliani, however, remains confident the 31 year-old will remain at Milan.
“It’s very simple,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “Kaká has a contract until June 30 2015, but if we don’t qualify for the Champions League then he has a clause allowing him to leave. We will discuss it, but I firmly believe he will stay.”