Kaka to stay – Milan, Madrid fail to reach an agreement

Kaka to stay – Milan, Madrid fail to reach an agreement


AC Milan CEO, Adriano Galliani, has revealed that talks with Real Madrid over the transfer of Kaka have broken down due to the ‘fiscal situation’.


It was meant to be the most fairy-tale transfer of this season – the return of the prodigal son; but it wasn’t to be. For the past few seasons Galliani has promised them big things in the transfer market, but the Italian side have recently ended up losing more key players than buying them.

Kaka’s return to Milan seemed like a deal that would suit all parties involved in it. For Kaka it would have provided him a chance to resurrect his career and start afresh at a club where once he became one of the best footballers in the world.

It would have also provided the Milan squad with a much-needed fillip as they look to gain Champions League qualification. For Madrid it would have cleared up some space for new signings in January or in the summer.

But according to Galliani – the deal is off. The AC Milan Vice-President has revealed that talks between both the clubs have broken down and it seems unlikely that the Brazil international would move back to San Siro this season.

Galliani was quoted in press:

“The negotiation has failed. We have given up due to the fiscal situation.

“Kaka made every possible effort but everything has failed due to the fiscal situation that convinced Real to stop the negotiations.

“At this point, I think we will remain as we are.”

Initially, Kaka’s high wages was a stumbling block in this deal, but the 30-year-old was prepared to take a pay-cut in order to return to his beloved club. But recent reports suggest that Milan were prepared to take him on loan, while Madrid were only interested in a permanent deal.

Galliani has also ruled out the possibility of Milan signing David Beckham or Mario Balotelli in January, confirming that “none of them” are on their way to San Siro.

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  1. Helo!2 all ac milan fans in italy nd nigeria,hello 2 every body. Hope all is wel i want 2 inform all milan fans dat we hav 2 problems in milan team. D no.1 problem is our vice president mr. Galliani nd our no.2 problem is milan coach, max Allegri. So how galliani is our problem in d club is about transfer market. D president of milan want 2 spend money on player nd galliani refuse dat berlusconi should not spend d money b/cos of d economic problem so b/4 d economi problem galliani hav been doin nonsence in d transfer market.so and we want 2 qualifier 4 d next champions league in next season. If we sign big player in dis trans.market we’ill be in top three by d end of seasson.if we do not sign big player in dis window i promise milan wil not qualify 4 next champions league but if we qualify 4 d champions league is not galliani dat make milan 2 qualify so dat is it. About massimiliano allegri wil be 2morrow Gud nite. Forzan milan

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