Real Madrid and AC Milan have reached an agreement which will see Ricardo Kaká return to AC Milan.
According to various reports, Kaka has agreed to a two-year deal that will pay him a reported €5m a year, half of his current wage at the Bernabeu. Real Madrid are also reported to have waived any transfer fee for Kaka, that is how desperate they were to rid themselves of his salary.
While the two clubs have not officially announced the move AC Milan coach Max Allegri confirmed that Milan “have an agreement with Real Madrid” for Kaka.
Speaking to Sky Sport Italia after a 3-1 victory over Cagliari today, Allegri said:
“Galliani (Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani) told me before the game that we have an agreement with Real Madrid and now need to agree personal terms with Kaka. There are another 24 hours to the transfer deadline, so we’ll see what happens.”