The Milan official claims that the chances of the Italian side agreeing to a deal with the midfielder is highly unlikely because of the facts that A) Kaka was just recently sold away from the club for a record transfer of £58.9 million euros and B) because Real Madrid doesn’t appear to be too fixated on allowing last summer’s signing to leave so quickly after leaving such a small impact over the last year.
Regardless of where Kaka plays next calendar year, the key thing at the moment is that the player needs to quickly recover from a devastating knee injury that will sideline him until January. The injury blow has been among the biggest in the world so far this season and several reports claimed that Kaka was close to suffering a career-ending injury due to the wear and tear of his damaged knee. Kaka though, has claimed that he will return to greatness once again and the footballer hopes to earn back his title as the world’s best player at some point of time in the near future.
The good news for the Brazilian-born star is that Jose Mourinho has reportidely warmed up to the idea of regularly using the star once he gets fit once again and the treble winning coach even considers Kaka’s late arrival back to the club as an extra free transfer move this season. Mourinho had this to say about the “difference maker”:
Kaka will make the difference for Real Madrid. He will be our purchase in January at no cost and will be crucial for us.