São Paulo head coach Muricy Ramalho unsure about Kaká moveKaká could be saying goodbye to Milan -
São Paulo head coach Muricy Ramalho has joked FIFA will need to increase the number of players allowed in squads if his team are to sign AC Milan’s Kaká.
Muricy was quoted by Goal.com after speculation about Kaká ‘s future circulated following comments by president Carlos Miguel Aidar.
Aidar revealed a transfer is possible and São Paulo’s head coach conceded the Brazilian is a “hell of a player”.
Muricy said: "I'll have to talk to FIFA for them to increase the number of players. We won't manage with 11. But a good player has to play.
"He's a hell of a player, but it is very difficult because of the financial side of things too. The clubs have difficulty.”
The difficulty surrounding this move for Kaká may centre around the wages and though president Aidar is optimistic, Muricy is less so that the transfer can occur.
He concluded: "It takes a lot but in football you can often find that some moves are impossible and then they happen. It may be well the case with Kaka."