Emirates Stadium boss goes head to head with Ligue 1 big spenders for Bernabeu star.
Paris Saint-Germain are poised to make a move for Real Madrid midfielder Kaka and hope to beat Arsenal in the race to sign the Brazilian superstar.
Kaka was strongly linked with a loan switch to Arsenal during the summer, but the move never materialised.
Arsene Wenger is set to renew his interest in January, but he will have to act fast as reports in France suggest that PSG are now making moves to sign the experienced midfielder.
Kaka has struggled to find his best form under Jose Mourinho at the Bernabeu and could be allowed to leave the Spanish giants in the new year.
PSG are not afraid to splash the cash and Arsenal face a strong battle to sign Kaka in January.
Could Arsenal really be ready to make a move for Brazilian superstar Kaka? No doubt Arsenal fans would like to see Arsene Wenger spend big sums on experienced established stars but given that the Real Madrid man would cost around £25m minimum and that the former AC Milan man is barely six months from his 30th birthday make such a move somewhat unlikely.
PSG have the cash to make Kaka a very attractive offer and the Ligue 1 side may offer the talented playmaker a new challenge that he could be interested in and perhaps the pull of Brazilian director of football Leonardo can help make a deal a reality.
Jose Mourinho appears to be ready to sell the 29 year old as he has become something of a but part player at the club following the arrival last summer of Mesut Ozil and the subsequent signings of youngsters Nuri Sahin and Angel Di Maria have made Kaka’s chances of breaking back into the Bernabeu first team slim.
Arsenal lost the services of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri and most would not be hugely impressed by the replacements in the form of Mikel Arteta and loan deal for Yossi Benayoun as neither could be considered as an ideal solution to the departure of such key personnel.