MILAN HAVE reportedly decided to resume negotiations for Kaka but still insist on a loan deal.
Milan officially withdrew from the Kaka negotiations earlier this week but it seems that talks have resumed today but only using a third-side as FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti is player the role of the intermediary.
Bronzetti admitted before that there is a 0.001% that a deal would go through this summer but there seem to be developments in the last hours after the player was left out of the squad for the Spanish Super Cup.
There were rumours in the last days that Kaka is on his way to Manchester United on loan but they were never confirmed. Now both La Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Italia report that Milan have given Bronzetti the green light to negotiate on their behalf with President Florentino Perez and they’ve already spoken today.
Milan insist on taking Kaka on loan, although Real Madrid still appear to be reluctant. However, if they’re planning on taking Luka Modric, Kaka would just be a burden financially for them. They’d rather transfer him permanently this summer but no club has made a concrete offer for him (according to Jose Mourinho on Wednesday). Ricky has reportedly agreed to cut his wages already but the negotiations remain difficult.
In other news, Alexandre Pato had some more tests today regarding his latest thigh injury. Pato, who has spent more than 500 days being injured since joining Milan, will have more tests in the coming weeks.