Brazilian attacker to rejoin former club.
Real Madrid attacking midfielder Kaka has sealed a move back to his former club AC Milan, according to BBC Sport.
The 31-year-old has been at the Bernabeu for four years after a £56million move to the Spanish capital in 2009, but has fallen down the pecking order at the club this season.
The Brazil international had been linked with several English clubs in the last few days, including Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool but has chosen to return to the San Siro, where he first established himself as one of the best players in the world.
Kaka scored 95 goals in six years in his first spell in Serie A, and was a Ballon D’Or winner in 2007 after inspiring the club to victory in the Champions League final against Liverpool.
However, he never rediscovered his best form in La Liga, after briefly becoming the world’s most expensive player, until Real signed Cristiano Ronaldo for £80million later that summer.
He now leaves just as a new world-record signing was confirmed by the club yesterday, with Los Blancos confirming the transfer of Gareth Bale from Tottenham for £85million.
Kaka could be an ideal signing to replace Kevin-Prince Boateng, who signed for Bundesliga side Schalke over the weekend.