Real Madrid’s Kaka is back on the transfer wish-list of Italian giants Milan, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
The 31-year-old is said to have been requested by President Silvio Berlusconi during Sunday’s crunch talks with boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Berlusconi agreed to keep Allegri on as Coach, but it is understood that he’s asked the tactician to abandon the 4-3-3 system in favour of a return to 4-3-1-2.
As well as the change in system, Berlusconi told Allegri and Vice-President Adriano Galliani that he’d like Kaka back at San Siro.
The Brazilian moved to the Diavolo in 2003 and left six years later when Real agreed to pay €67.2m for the South American.
The former Sao Paulo player has had his problems in the Spanish capital and Milan have tried to lure him back in the past. Their last attempt came in January.
However, Kaka could be kept on by Real if Carlo Ancelotti, his former Coach in Rossonero, is appointed by Madrid.
The attacking midfielder scored 95 goals in 270 appearances for the Italian side.
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