‘Unhappy’ Kaka open to move from Madrid to Milan

The former Rossoneri midfielder has found himself on the fringes of Jose Mourinho's team for some time now, and has said he is looking for ways out of Madrid in January.

Kaka has revealed that he is desperate to end his Real Madrid nightmare and return to AC Milan in the January transfer window.

The Brazil international left San Siro for Santiago Bernabeu in 2009 but has fallen out of first-team favor under Jose Mourinho, and is now looking for an exit route. After having a meal with Rossoneri attacker Robinho, the midfielder admitted he was not enjoying his time at the Blancos.

"My situation at Real Madrid is an unhappy one - for me and for others," the 30-year-old told Sky Sport 24.

When asked if he would accept a reduction in wages to return to the San Siro outfit, he responded: "I have already said I'm open to find a solution. In Milan, I had many beautiful moments and still have friends here. I [have] already said I'm open to find a solution with Real, and if it's good for me it's good for everyone."

Despite Kaka saying he wants to return to the Serie A side, the club's vice president Adriano Galliani had revealed earlier on Wednesday evening that a bid was impossible due to salary issues. He also indicated that former Milan midfielder David Beckham won't return.

“Kaka is impossible, as his wages are the problem,” vice president Galliani said. “David Beckham is a suggestion. However, I’d say it is 99.9 percent unlikely to happen.

“Robinho is absolutely confirmed to stay. We will not sell Abate, so Davide Santon will not arrive.

“We have received other offers for our players, but the sensation is that the squad will remain exactly as it is.”

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