The Daily Mail is reporting that Real Madrid have offered United Kaka on a season-long loan as they prepare for the arrival of Luka Modric. Mourinho wants to get rid of Kaka, but he is finding the number of clubs that can afford his wages are pretty small. So he is considering sending him on loan with the idea of trying to sell Kaka next summer.
Sir Alex Ferguson is said to be taking the 30-year-old on loan serious consideration but has fears about his form and fitness after so many injuries.
The former world footballer of the year makes a reported £250,000 a week which puts him out of the price range of Galatasaray and Kaka’s former club AC Milan, who are both reportedly interested in the Brazilian.
Kaka has struggled with injury since he joined Real for a then world record £60m in 2009 after six successful years with AC Milan. But he still managed to make 27 appearances in last season’s La Liga triumph.
It’s a fascinating idea of getting Kaka for a year, regardless of where he would fit into the United line-up. While the signing of van Persie signaled United’s intent to challenge for the title this year, the addition of a massive star like Kaka would show SAF’s intent to win another Champions League trophy.
What do you think about the idea of United bringing Kaka in on-loan for the season?