Brazilian star could be on his way to Stamford Bridge or Eastlands as he is shown the exit door at the Bernabeu.
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Real Madrid midfielder Kaka will be sold in the summer alerting Chelsea and Manchester City.
The 29-year-old has struggled to impress since making a £58million move from AC Milan in 2009, after suffering from injuries and a lack of form.
Manager Jose Mourinho was happy to give the Brazilian a chance to resurrect his career but is prepared to listen to offers to remove him from the wage bill and bring in other players.
This could revive interest from Chelsea and Manchester City who have had bids turned down in the past for the former World Football of the Year.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is a known fan and is preparing a £25million bid for Kaka.
The Russian is expected to cull a number of ageing stars from the squad this summer, with Didier Drogba, Nicolas Anelka and Frank Lampard all rumoured to be leaving.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti worked with Kaka at AC Milan and the two remain close. Both sides would be happy to work together again.
But Ancelotti’s future is hardly secure after a string of poor performances this season.
Manchester City were close to signing Kaka from AC Milan two years ago but the deal broke down with City chief-executive Gary Cook claiming the Italian giants ‘bottled it’.
But with Roberto Mancini’s side looking to qualify for Champions League football, Kaka could now be tempted.
Both clubs could offer make-weights as part of any deal. Emmanuel Adebayor and Didier Drogba have been linked with a permanent move to Real Madrid.