Brazilians won’t be bringing legend back home.
Brazilian side Corinthians have denied that they are in talks with Real Madrid over a move to bring Kaka back home, according to Sky Sports.
The playmaker has struggled to firmly establish himself in the Madrid side ever since his big money move from AC Milan in 2009 and has been linked with a return home now that he is the wrong side of 30.
Reports coming from Spain have claimed that Corinthians were looking into signing the former Sao Paulo graduate, but club director Duilio Monteiro Alves has brushed off the rumours.
“There is nothing, it’s just speculation,” Monteiro Alves told Gazeta Press.
“I don’t know where that story came from, but it didn’t start at Corinthians.
“He is an excellent player, no doubt about that, but we haven’t even talked about him.”
His agent, Tadeu Cruz, also ruled out a move to Corinthians for the 31-year-old, telling Lancenet: “No chance, that’s not true.”
Kaka made just 27 appearances for Real last season, scoring five goals and creating four assists, but he has seen his influence diminish at the Bernabeau and has been linked with a number of clubs including a return to Milan and even Premier League giants Chelsea.