A move to Manchester City for Kaka is still a possibility, although the chances of the Brazilian moving to the North West of England look remote at the moment.
It’s understood that City representatives have been in Milan and have made a bid for the 26 year old in the region of £100 million, offering him wages of £500,000 a week.
Kaka’s advisor, Diogo Kotscho, says the player is open to offers, should AC Milan want to off load him but that any move would have to be for footballing not just financial reasons. And with City in the wrong half of the Premier League and European football looking like a non-starter, it’s hard to see what else apart from cash City can offer.
Speaking to the BBC, Kotscho said:
It is not impossible, if Milan let us talk, then we will see what City have to offer.
Kaka knows about the offer but the club did not give authorisation for talks, so we did not meet.
It was a great proposal but it’s not about only money.
We have to see if Manchester City have a project to become a Champions League team and become one of the top teams in the world, and to stay there long term.
Previously Kaka told the website of Mediaset, a TV company owned by Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi how he wanted to stay at the club for life. He also added that he wanted to take over the captaincy of the club from Paolo Maldini.