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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