Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani ruled out a bid for Kaka and confirmed they’ll start playing with a trequartista.
Reports had emerged this morning that the Rossoneri were planning Kaka’s return from Real Madrid, something they had already attempted in January.
“Kaka will not arrive because he is 31 years old and earns €10m per season,” Galliani told Sky Sport Italia.
He also commented on claims President Silvio Berlusconi has ordered Coach Massimiliano Allegri to adopt a 4-3-1-2 system.
“Milan are planning a return to that tactic, but it was not dictated by President Berlusconi. We simply decided to adopt this system when we signed Riccardo Saponara from Empoli, seeing as he is a trequartista.
“The moment we signed him it was obvious we’d play with 4-3-1-2 and not 4-3-3.”
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