Spanish newspapers are reporting that Real Madrid and Milan are planning a sensational Kaka-Zlatan Ibrahimovic exchange deal.
The Rossoneri have declared several times through President Silvio Berlusconi and Vice-President Adriano Galliani this week that they'd welcome back Kaka “with open arms.”
The Brazilian and former Ballon d'Or winner has struggled for form since joining Real in a then world record £56m deal in 2009.
He has also been linked with Chelsea, but a return to Milan seems more likely after his knee operation.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Ibrahimovic could be used in an exchange deal with Kaka worth around €25m.
It would allow the Swede to reunite with his former Inter boss Jose Mourinho, although Real fans could resist due to his past with Barcelona.
In turn, bringing in Ibra would release Karim Benzema towards Juventus.
In other news, Ibrahimovic was unhurt after a car crash near Milan today. He was a passenger in the vehicle during a three-car incident.
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