Friday August 3 2012
Milan fly to US for Kaka

Adriano Galliani has reportedly flown out to the United States to hold talks with Real Madrid and Ricky Kaka over a proposed transfer.

The Brazilian is being strongly linked with a return to San Siro, after three largely unsuccessful seasons playing in Spain.

Coach Jose Mourinho has told the player behind closed doors that he won’t be a first-team player next term and Milan have publicly admitted that they are interested in the player.

Club director Ariedo Braida yesterday described the Rossoneri as ‘on standby’ for Kaka and today La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that Vice-President Galliani has now flown out to North America.

Real are on tour in the US at the moment and it is understood that the purpose of Galliani’s trip is to hold talks with their President Florentino Perez over the proposed transfer. These negotiations are reportedly scheduled for August 7.