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Thursday January 17 2013
Milan confirm Kaka loan idea

Italian giants Milan have admitted that they are in talks with Real Madrid about a possible January move for Kaka.

The Brazilian was in the Italian city last night where he opened the door for a return to the Diavolo.

Now the club’s own TV station, Milan Channel, have revealed that the two clubs are discussing the possibility of a loan move.

Reports suggest that Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has alreday spoken directly to Real counterpart Florentino Perez about the player.

Kaka flew back to Madrid this morning, but two of his agents – Gaetano and Dario Paolillo – did visit Milan’s Via Turati HQ for talks.

Barbara Berlusconi, as well as Adriano Galliani and Ariedo Braida, was also present during the negotiations.

Kaka, who spent six years with the San Siro giants, would have to accept a cut in salary if the move is to be completed. He reportedly earns around €13m a season.

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