After a meeting of Real Madrid and AC Milan executives in New York, it seems like Kaká’s possible move back to Italy is fading.
"A deal for Kaká looks very complicated because his price is high and his wages are extremely high. I'd say it's almost impossible", said Adriano Galliani, Milan vice president after meeting with Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez. "We'll continue negotiating, but I don't want to raise the fans' hopes. This deal is complicated, complicated, complicated", Galliani added.
Milan is currently developing an austerity plan trying to reduce the club’s salary wages. As part of that plan, the Rossoneri’s top players last season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva, were sold to French millionaire Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italian club is proposing a free loan of Kaká and a payment of about half of the player’s current salary. Real Madrid would have to pay the other half unless Kaká accepts a decrease on his salary wages. After paying 67 million euros for Kaká three seasons ago, the Merengues are very doubtful of Milan’s proposal.