Milan fly out for talks with Real Madrid over Kaka, but unsettled Roma striker Bojan Krkic emerges as an alternative.
The Rossoneri confirmed this week that Vice-President Adriano Galliani will be jetting out to Madrid on Monday to discuss Kaka’s future. 
They hope to take the Brazilian on loan with mandatory option to buy at the end of the season, therefore spreading the cost to the next financial year while still giving Real guarantees.
However, according to Sky Sport Italia there is a new alternative emerging within Serie A.
Bojan has emerged as an intriguing option, as he is still owned by Barcelona as part of a strange two-year development deal with Roma.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi told journalists that Bojan had been offered to him because the Giallorossi “wanted to release” the Spanish striker.
Milan would give him the opportunity to play in the Champions League and Serie A, while helping the team during yet another of Alexandre Pato’s thigh injuries.
Bojan moved to Roma in July 2011 for a fee of €12m, but Barcelona have the buyback clause to sign him back in 2013.
If the Giallorossi want to keep Bojan after that date, they must pay €28m.
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