The Brazilian play-maker announced his intention to leave Real Madrid on Thursday, saying he feels now is the right time to “amicably” depart the Santiago Bernabeu.
AC Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani has admitted that the club could re-sign Real Madrid play-maker Kaka, saying the midfielder “still remains in our hearts”, Goal.com reports.
The 31 year old admitted on Thursday that he is looking to leave Real Madrid before the transfer window closes as he is set to fall even further down the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabeu due to the imminent arrival of Gareth Bale.
Kaka is already competing with the likes of Luka Modric and Isco for a place in the Madrid starting line-up and may not even be able to get a place on the bench if he remains in the Spanish capital.
The Brazilian has been linked with a move back to AC Milan before and Gallaini admits that the Italian giants could make a move for the play-maker before the transfer window closes on September 2nd.
“Kaka has always remained in our hearts,” he is quoted as saying by Lancenet. “Anything is possible, so we will see.”
The Brazilian spent six successful seasons at AC Milan, winning the Champions League with the Italian side before moving to Real Madrid in 2009 for a then world record transfer fee of £55.5 million.