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    Kaka to AC Milan??

    AC Milan make €15m Kaka move, and are prepared to wait for Real Madrid retreat on price
    The Italian club have detailed their offer to the Madrid side, and would have priority should the Spaniards agree to let the attacker leave


    Aug 27, 2011 2:00:00 PM

    EXCLUSIVE
    By Sergio Chesi

    Lines of communication have been opened between AC Milan and Real Madrid with regards to a sensational return to San Siro for Brazilian attacker Kaka, with the Italian champions looking to seal a cut-price €15 million transfer, Goal.com has learned.


    Amid recent links to Inter, Kaka stated his emotional ties to his former club were too strong for him to entertain the idea of joining Massimo Moratti's club. And these words have struck a chord with the powers that be at Via Turati, leading them to make early moves for the Madrid No. 8.

    Milan are looking to finish the summer window with a bang just as they did by bringing in Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho at this stage last year, and a return of the much-loved Brazilian would likely be a huge hit with the fans.
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    When he left, we said that it would be wonderful if he finished his career here. If the conditions are right, then why not?

    - Silvio Berlusconi

    The key to the deal remains in the Spanish giants lowering their asking price. They have shown a willingness to listen to offers for the 82-cap forward, but paid out €67 million in total for Kaka in 2009. They have indicated that they would be willing to sell for around half of their original payout, but Milan have lowered the bar further in their hope of pushing Madrid into a cut-price deal.

    Bernabeu coach Jose Mourinho has played down talk regarding Kaka's future which sparked from his lack of use in some recent games, but has refused to rule out a move.

    "Kaka is my player. He has worked very hard since the first day. He hasn't missed one single training session. It was my decision not to play him very much in official matches but a lot during pre-season," said Mourinho.

    "He is called up for [the] Zaragoza [match], like the good professional that he is, and he will be on the bench. That [Mesut] Ozil will play [on Sunday] is nothing new, but I am happy to look to my side and have a player like him there."

    The Italians have shown a willingness to pay €15m up front for the player's full rights, or - as a secondary option - would offer to take Kaka on loan for the 2011-12 season with a view to a permanent deal next summer at an agreed cost of €20m.

    There remain many obstacles between the current situation and an agreement being reached due to differences in tax laws between the respective countries. There would also need to be a concession of wages on the Brazilian international's part, with a likely reduction from €9m to €6m per year being asked of him. The indications are that Kaka would be willing to meet this stipulation in order to return to Milanello.

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    Kaka would cost far too much for Milan, it is an unpassable road. But anything can happen...

    - Adriano Galliani

    With the offer, Adriano Galliani has laid Milan's cards on the table, but there are two possibilities which could result in a deal not being pushed through. First, the attempts to secure a bargain could allow another of Europe's top clubs to usurp Milan in an auction for the player, while Real Madrid could yet make an about-turn and decide that they are no longer interested in listening to offers for the former Sao Paulo man.

    But Milan are willing to take that chance, and will be willing to allow time to run short in the summer window before giving up on any deal. With Alberto Aquilani having been brought in, their market is now over but for a Kaka move, meaning that they bide their time - perhaps even until Wednesday's final hours - hoping that Madrid will back down and accept a discount to allow the former Rossoneri hero to return home.

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    Wasnt he linked to joining Arsenal on loan a few days ago from a 'reliable' source??


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    well AC Milan is more believable,despite the reliable source,its a bigger club too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eve's Arse No.1 View Post
    Wasnt he linked to joining Arsenal on loan a few days ago from a 'reliable' source??
    Yeah, but it came to nothing. I actually think he'd be more suited at arsenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leggo View Post
    Yeah, but it came to nothing. I actually think he'd be more suited at arsenal.
    as a football fan,I would love to see Kaka,Ibrahimovic,Pato on the same field.Throw in Cassano and Robinho in the mix too,it could be Europe's most lethal forward line,not forgetting the old taskmaster Inzaghi,all backed by a midfield consisting of players like Van Bommel,Gattuso,Aquilani,Ambrosini ,Kevin Prince Boateng,Emmanuelson,Flamini.........

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    [QUOTE=Juvenile Junkie;233885]well AC Milan is more believable,despite the reliable source,its a bigger club too[/QUOTE]

    LOL at this ^^^^^

    Check the FIFA rankings AC Milan aint even close to Arsenal LOL yet another BIAS comment from Juvenile


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    [QUOTE=Eve's Arse No.1;234056]
    Quote Originally Posted by Juvenile Junkie View Post
    well AC Milan is more believable,despite the reliable source,its a bigger club too[/QUOTE]

    LOL at this ^^^^^

    Check the FIFA rankings AC Milan aint even close to Arsenal LOL yet another BIAS comment from Juvenile
    With all due respect, you know AC Milan it's a 7 times Champions League winner

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    [QUOTE=Eve's Arse No.1;234056]
    Quote Originally Posted by Juvenile Junkie View Post
    well AC Milan is more believable,despite the reliable source,its a bigger club too[/QUOTE]

    LOL at this ^^^^^

    Check the FIFA rankings AC Milan aint even close to Arsenal LOL yet another BIAS comment from Juvenile
    No offense, but I see AC as a 'bigger club' than Arsenal.
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    I'm also going to have to say AC are a bigger club.
    FIFA Rankings don't mean anything, when was the last time FIFA made a right decision?

    Arsenal are a major club still, but lost a lot of fire power.

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    So going by all your logic

    Ac Milan are a bigger team then Manchester United

    and

    Nottingham Forest are a bigger team then Chelsea???


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