Real Madrid’s Kaka will not be making a January transfer out of Europe, according to his agent and father.
The Brazilian continues to be on the outer at Santiago Bernabeu, and in the past week, Spanish daily Marca reported Madrid are keen to offload him in order to free up money needed to fund a contractual renewal for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Kaka was rumoured with a return to AC Milan in the recent off-season, however, it is Brazilian side Corinthians that are said to be interested in his services along with MLS outfit New York Red Bulls.
However, Kaka’s agent and father Bosco Leite said there are no negotiations under way and that his son’s preference is to continue playing in Europe.
“I don’t know about that,” Leite told Lancenet.
“For now, as it stands now, he wants to stay in Europe. That might change but today, I don’t know. Corinthians were never mentioned. And Corinthians themselves never said anything either.”
Kaka has made just five appearances for Real Madrid in the Primera Division so far this season and has started only one match.