Brazilian could end his unhappy La Liga spell with a return to the Rossoneri.
AC have dropped the biggest hint yet that they are ready to re-sign Brazilian playmaker Kaka from Real Madrid.
The Brazil international joined the Spanish giants from Milan in 2009 in a deal worth over £50 million.
But the 30-year-old has never settled at the Bernebeu and has been increasingly marginalised by current boss Jose Mourinho.
Kaka has been linked with a move away from the La Liga Champions this summer, with Premier League giants Manchester City and Arsenal said to be weighing up bids.
But the former Sao Paulo midfielder could be set for a return to the San Siro, after Milan CEO Adriano Galliani hinted at a move for Kaka.
“Certain loves never end. They go around on a big journey, and then they return,” Galliani said coyly, according to Goal.com.
Real assistant head-coach Aitor Karanka has confirmed that Kaka is likely to move on after he was left out of the Madrid squad for their 5-1 pre-season friendly win over Oviedo.
Karanka told AS: “We decided he would stay in Madrid. Kaka and the club are working to find a good solution for all parties.”
Mourinho’s number two also hinted that Tottenham’s Luka Modric was the man being lined up to replace Kaka in the Spanish capital.
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