Santos coach Muricy Ramalho has revealed that he dreams about having Diego, Robinho and Kaka in the squad.
The Brazilian giants have stayed without key midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso, who made a switch to Sao Paulo, and are now eager to reinforce the squad.
The Peixe have been linked with a number of Brazilian players plying their trade in Europe, namely Diego, Robinho and Kaka.
Santos boss Muricy Ramalho now confirms the club are interested in the star trio.
“They are important players with a lot of prestige, but anything is possible,” Ramalho said at a press conference.
“Who could imagine that Ganso would be paid so much? Anything is possible now. Today, Brazilian football is very strong economically.”
Both Diego and Robinho began their careers at Santos and formed an excellent partnership at the time, while they also hinted they could return to the club at one point in the future.
Real Madrid playmaker Kaka, on the other hand, is available for sale, but Santos chiefs will have to delve deep into their pockets in order to sign the experienced midfielder.