“I will fly to Madrid over the next few days and we’ll see what happens,” confirmed Adriano Galliani as Milan launch a new bid for Kaka.
The transfer saga has been dragging on all summer and it’s reported Jose Mourinho set a deadline for Wednesday to sort out the Brazilian’s situation.
“I will fly to Madrid over the next few days and we’ll see what happens,” was Vice-President Galliani’s comment to Sky Sport Italia cameras.
Real Madrid had been determined not to release Kaka for less than €25m, but the latest rumours from Spain suggest the price-tag could drop dramatically.
Milan continue to hope they can sign the player on loan with a mandatory option to buy at the end of the season.
This would guarantee Real Madrid their money, but spread the cost of the move over to the next season’s books.
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