Real Madrid are preparing a record-breaking offer for the Milan’s Brazilian playmaker, Kaka, according to the player’s financial advisor.
Milan are desperate to retain the player, but reports have suggested that the Spanish champions are willing to bid a world record sum of €90million to persuade Milan to sell.
And Kaka’s financial representative Diogo Kotscho has admitted it could give the player a tough decision to make.
“Real Madrid are certain that that sum can make Milan change their idea,” Kotscho told Globoesport.com.
“I believe that this is an opportunity that Kaka must think very hard about.”
But the 25-year-old is under contract with Milan until June 2011 and he has said he is happy to stay at the Italian side.
“Real Madrid are a fantastic club, but money isn’t everything,” he told Italian news agency ANSA last week.
“I have also learned from friends who have left Milan how they deeply regretted doing so. I want to make history here,” he added at the time.
Meanwhile, there is speculation that Milan are pursuing Real forward Julio Baptista, who spent last season on loan at Arsenal.
Regarding the Brazilian’s future with Real, coach Bernd Schuster told AS: “He will come to Germany and I will speak to him to see how everything is.”