Ricardo Kaka has reopened speculation on his Real Madrid future by commenting on his availability for a possible return to Milan.
The Brazilian, who won the 2007 Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year awards whilst at the Rossoneri, was heavily linked with a return to his former club in the summer, before they pulled out over financial reasons.
Whilst Vice-President Adriano Galliani has this week again made clear that the 30-year-old’s wages are a major barrier, the player himself has commented on a trip to the peninsula that a return may be more possible than previously thought.
“I had two days off so I decided to come and see Robinho. He’s a great friend and a great player, someone who can still give a lot to the club,” Kaka told a Sky Italia reporter yesterday evening.
“A future for me at Milan? I have a contract at Real Madrid, but the present situation is not good for me or Madrid.
“I’m at the club's disposal, but the two sides have to come to an agreement. I’m still very thankful to Milan, I love this city and I left many friends here.”
“I’m open to any solution and I’ve already told this to Real Madrid.”
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