Milan have confirmed that they have reopened talks with Real Madrid over a proposed loan move for Ricky Kaka.
The Brazilian was on the verge of rejoining the Italian giants in the summer, before the Rossoneri pulled out, citing an inability to fund the deal.
However, following on from the player’s admission when back in the Italian city last night, Milan have confirmed today that they are in talks with Madrid over taking back the 30-year-old this month.
The club’s in-house television station Milan Channel has reported that whilst the player flew back to the Spanish capital today, two of his agents – Gaetano and Dario Paolillo – visited Milan’s Via Turati headquarters for talks also attended by Adriano Galliani, Barbara Berlusconi and Ariedo Braida.
Reports in Italy also suggest that respective club Presidents Silvio Berlusconi and Florentino Perez have discussed the possibility of the move.
Madrid paid Milan €65m for the Brazilian back in the summer of 2009, which still stands as the third highest fee paid for a footballer.