São Paulo President Carlos Miguel Aidar suggests deal for Kaká is “very close”
São Paulo President Carlos Miguel Aidar has suggested that a deal to bring Kaká back to the club is “very close.”
When contacted by ESPN, Aidar would not go into details, but was seemingly confident that negotiations are nearing a conclusion.
I can't speak, I'm at Itaquera [for Uruguay's World Cup clash with England], but the deal is very close.”
Kaká has long been linked with a return to São Paulo, where he started his career, but his move back could be short-lived. ESPN goes on to suggest that he will only be signing a temporary deal with the club and will eventually go on to join new Major League Soccer franchise Orlando City, in January.