Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez is reportedly willing to swallow his pride and offer Brazilian midfielder, Kaka for a reduced price of roughly €10 million, a €55 million loss after buying the player from AC Milan in 2009 for €65 million.
Manager Jose Mourinho spoke to the player and told the Brazilian that he will not be featured in the club’s plans for next season, as they continue to look for a possible suitor, while at the same time continue negotiations with his successor, Tottenham’s Luka Modric.
The biggest problem now appears that the market has dried up, as Real Madrid were hoping Paris Saint Germain were still interested, before the Parisians spent €65 million Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan last week, effectively closing their summer transfer window.
Los Blancos have received offers from Brazil and China for the midfielder, but Kaka has rejected the offers considering the two countries to be minor leagues, as he desires to remain in Europe.
Now it seems that AC Milan is the front runner for Kaka, as president Silvio Berlusconi has always dreamt of bringing Kaka back to Italy, but the high cost the transfer had put a stop to that train of thought.
However, with Real Madrid reducing the price and Milan’s coffers bulging at the seams from the Thiago/Ibrahimovic transfer, Kaka could come full circle.