The future of Real Madrid midfielder Kaká is still uncertain, but the possibility that the Brazilian goes on a loan transfer to Milan has increased according to Italian media.
Italian Sport magazine Gazzetta dello Sport published Milan vicepresident Adriano Galliani met with Kaká’s agents to discuss the possibility that the former ‘Rossoneri’ player returns to Italy.
The figure that is being considered is a loan transfer. Milan does not seem eager to buy him for now, but may be willing to pay his salary until the end of the season. According to Gazzetta Galliani met with Kaká’s agents Dario and Gaetano Paolillo, but Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi’s daughter , Barbar also attended .
Kaká and his wife traveled to Milan on Wednesday after Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho gave the squad two days off. Kaká and fellow country man Robinho dined together and then talked to the media waiting at the exit of the restaurant.
The former Golden Ball winner spoke to Italy’s Sky Sports and referred to the few minutes he is playing at Real: "It's not a pleasant situation, either for me or for Real. I already said I'm willing to find a solution that is good for me and for Real," he said.
After the Italian journalists insist on a hypothetical return to Milan, Kaka also admitted his fondness for the Lombard city: "I have lived great things here, I have friends here and I am happy tocome and see them."
Meanwhile Spanish daily Marca reports that Brazilian club Fluminense wants Kaká and is trying to put together a proposal that is attractive enough for the Brazil international and the ‘Merengue’ club.
Also involved in this possible transfer is involved Fluminense’s sponsor Adidas who also sponsors Kaká and would see his return to Brazil as a great business move.
Fluminense is one of the richest and most popular clubs in Brazil and would be willing to pay Kaká’s current salary according to Marca.