Milan looking into Kaka's return
AC Milan are believed to be negotiating with Real Madrid over the return of Brazilian Kaka, Italian media reported Thursday.
The 30-year-old offensive midfielder left Milan in 2009 after six seasons for almost 65 million euros (87 million dollars). He won one Serie A title, a Champions League and a Club World Cup with the Devils.
Kaka, who in 2007 won the Ballon D'or and Fifa world player awards, has only played seven games with Real in the current Spanish Liga.
"The two clubs should talk. They have to find an agreement," Kaka was quoted as saying after dining with Brazil compatriot Robinho, who is at Milan since 2010.
"I am always grateful to Milan, but I have a contract with Real (until 2015). It is a not a pleasant situation, both for me and Real. I am available to find a solution with the club if it is good for me and for them."
It is believed that he would accept from Milan a lower pay than the estimated 9 million euros he earns annually in Spain.
The international is said to have returned to Spain on Thursday without meeting Milan officials, who, however, appear to have seen his agents.