A report from the Daily Mail suggests that Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is happy for his midfielder Kaka to leave the club, but only for the right price.
Kaka’s future at the Bernabeu has been under some doubt in this transfer window with former employers AC Milan keen on re-signing him.
Big spenders PSG also seem keen on the 30-year-old.
The Real boss said: ‘If Kaka stays I would be happy and I am happy if he wants to go. In football it is normal that the players play where they want.”
It would appear that it is the Serie A side who are leading the way to secure his services at the moment.
The La Liga Champions have still not given up hope on singing Luka Modric and with Mezut Ozil above Kaka in the pecking order – first team opportunities look to be limited.
Real recently played Milan in a friendly and thrashed them 5-1, with the Brazil international in superb form – providing two assists.
This is set to make the Italian giants even more interested in bringing him back to the San Siro as he has proven he is still one of the best around on his day.
It may take a big offer to sign him though but Milan do have money to spend after the sales of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.