Real Madrid are reportedly training their sights on Milan’s Brazilian midfielder Kaka.
Kaka, 24, has been at Milan since 2003 and the Italians want an estimated 60 million euros for his signature.
Milan, who have just signed Ronaldo from Real, warded off an approach from the Spaniards last year but now Madrid are ready to offer midfielders Robinho and Mahamadou Diarra, as well as Italian defender Fabio Cannavaro, according to a report in today’s AS newspaper.
AS said the Italians may may be prepared to trade the Brazilian as they have targetted his compatriot Ronaldinho as a possible replacement. In the ongoing transfer merry-go-round, the player identified as Ronaldinho’s successor at Barcelona would be Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo.