Milan chief Adriano Galliani was at dinner with the agent who represents Kaka and Ganso. "Some loves never die, they just go round and come back."
There were rumours swirling around in the Italian media today that the Rossoneri would try to appease their unhappy fans by bringing back Kaka.
The 30-year-old Brazilian was first called up for Real Madrid’s friendly test, but then mysteriously dropped again, fuelling claims of a rift with Jose Mourinho.
According to Sportitalia, Milan Vice-President Galliani was spotted at dinner in the city with Gaetano Paolillo, the agent who represents Kaka and Ganso.
"Some loves never die, they just go round on a long journey and come back again," was Galliani's response when journalists asked about the Kaka rumours.
The Rossoneri have to win back their supporters after some started a class action lawsuit to have their season tickets reimbursed following the sale of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to PSG.
Kaka left San Siro for a world record £56m fee to Real Madrid in June 2009, but has suffered from a series of injuries.