The agent for Real Madrid midfielder Kaka has confirmed that the player is in talks with AC Milan over a possible return to the San Siro. The 30-year-old Brazilian carved out a legendary status for himself at Milan after six glorious years with the Italians which culminated in their UEFA Champions League triumph back in the 2006/07 season. He left Milan to join Real Madrid in 2009 for a then world record fee of €68.5 million but is still held in high regard by Rossoneri supporters as his transfer was seen more as a decision based on the club’s economic difficulties rather than for footballing reasons. Since then Kaka has failed to consistently hit the same high notes on the football pitch for Real as compared to his time with Milan and now it appears that the Serie A outfit are ready to work out a deal for his return. “Yes, we are talking about him,” Kaka’s agent Gaetano Paolillo told Sky Sport Italia. “But I can’t add further information at the moment.” Milan legend Filippo Inzaghi, who played with Kaka before his recent appointment as a youth team coach at the club, added this week: “As a Milanista, his possible return gives me goosebumps.” However, negotiations between Madrid and Milan for Kaka are likely to take some time to iron out. Milan are currently not in a strong financial position and just this month sold key players Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the cash rich Paris Saint Germain. It is understood that what Milan currently want to offer falls well short of Madrid’s €25million valuation of Kaka – they are also looking to first negotiate a one-year loan contract before stumping up the cash to re-sign the player on a permanent basis.
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Agent: Kaka in talks with Milan