An agent claims that Spanish giants have no interest to sell their most prized asset to the Italian powerhouse at the end of the season
Earlier this month, Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi revealed his desire to watch the Portugal international play for his team, although it could be a ploy from the Italian prime minister to bring back Kaka from the Spanish giants.
Bronzetti also believes that Ronaldo will not end up in Italy next season, and is quoted by Spanish sports daily Marca as saying: "Florentino Perez has absolutely no desire to sell Cristiano Ronaldo. Maybe in a few years’ time he could as anything is possible, but not now."
He also played down the possibility of Kaka returning to the club he moved to Madrid from in 2009, and said: "Kaka seems to be recovering and is an idol at the Bernabeu."
Kaka scored two penalties for Madrid last weekend in their 3-0 victory over of Athletic Bilbao in La Liga, and also came on in the second-half against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Wednesday evening.