Kaka’s father and advisor Bosco Leite is scheduled to hold talks with Milan later today to discuss his son’s possible move to Manchester City.
City have put together a package worth over £100m tin an attemtp tp prise the former World Player of the year away from the Sani Siro. The offer has reportedly been accepted by Milan but the Brazilian has given no indication whether he wants to move.
Manchester City boss Mark Hughes said the club was “a million miles” from sealing the deal, with Kaka said to be undecided.
“The scale is too large and there are too many elements to it,” Hughes told BBC Sport. “We’re a millions miles away from actually concluding the deal.
“It’s not a case of talking to the club, talking to the boy and getting the deal done in 48 hours. You have to give it the time it deserves.
“If we can make it happen, we will do I’m sure because the owners have a real desire to bring the best players in the world to this club,” added Hughes, who also stressed Kakas’ reported £500,000-a-week wages had not been discussed
Meanwhile, Milan have given Kaka permission to discuss the record transfer with City, and the Italian club’s owner Silvio Berlusconi admits the scale of City’s offer could make it difficult for the club to turn down the bid.
“Nothing has been decided yet, but it’s very hard to make someone stay who is going to earn certain figures,” the Italian Prime Minister told La Gazzetta dello Sport’s website.
Kaka played in Milan’s 1-0 win over Fiorentina at the San Siro on Saturday, with the home fans displaying banners such as “Kaka is Priceless” and “Hands Off Kaka”, and singing “Don’t Sell Kaka”.
But Milan vice president Adriano Galliani denied a move was imminent.
“Milan and the player haven’t signed anything,” Galliani said. “For now nothing has happened that will push Kaka towards Manchester.
“We are in a worldwide recession and you need to think with a level head.”