Kaka deal back on
Milan's pursuit of Real Madrid midfielder Kaka is back on, according to vice president and CEO Adriano Galliani.
The San Siro chief has been working hard this summer to try and bring the former Milan star back to the club, but last week conceded the Rossoneri's bid may not happen for financial reasons. However Galliani has now hinted move could still be on the cards after revealing plans for negotiations with Madrid. He told Sky Sport Italia: "I'm going to Madrid for Kaka in the coming days." FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti is also thought to be trying to finalise a move for the 30-year-old after holding talks with Madrid president Florentino Perez over a potential loan deal. Reports in the Italian media say Real Madrid have dropped their €25million asking price for Kaka with Jose Mourinho admitting the former World Player of the Year is no longer in his plans.