Italian giants keen to bring back Brazilian star.
AC Milan are ready to make a renewed attempt to bring Real Madrid’s Kaka back to the club according to Tuttosport.
The Italian giants attempted to bring Kaka in on loan during the previous January transfer window.
But negotiations broke down after the two clubs failed to agree terms on the financial package for the player.
AC went on to sign former City star MarioBalotelli in a £32 million deal instead. But Kaka remains popular amongst the club’s fans, who fondly remember him from his previous spell at the club. None more so perhaps than Milan President Silvio Berlusconi, who is the driving force behind the club’s latest attempt to bring Kaka back to the San Siro.
Real Madrid are thought to be willing to listen to offers for the Brazilian as he has failed to establish himself on the team since arriving from Milan.
The player has rarely started at Madrid and is thought to be keen to secure first team football ahead of next year’s World Cup.
But the situation could be complicated by the arrival in Madrid of Kaka’s former AC Milan mentor Carlo Ancelotti.
The Italian manager is currently favourite to take over from Jose Mourinho at Madrid and is likely to be keen to retain Kaka’s services should he arrive in the Spanish capital.