Milan managing director Adriano Galliani has opened the door for Kaka’s possible return to Serie A, reports AS.
The Brazilian midfielder was this week told by Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho that he no longer has a future at the Santiago Bernabeu and will need to find himself another club.
However, on being asked whether there was any chance the 30-year-old might make an emotional return to the San Siro, where Kaka spent six years, Galliani would only comment that ´some loves never end`.
Reports in the Italian media suggest that for this to happen either Madrid would have to reduce their asking price to around an affordable €10m, or Kaka himself should lower his wage demands.
After the transfers of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain for a combined fee of €65m, Milan have attempted to reduce their debt and establish greater control of what they spend on players’ salaries, and Kaka’s take-home pay would far exceed what Silvio Berlusconi’s club are willing to offer.