The Brazilian admitted on Thursday evening that he feels it is now time to leave the Santiago Bernabeu, with los Blancos set to add Gareth Bale to an already stellar forward lineAC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has expressed his interest in re-signing Kaka, admitting that the Real Madrid attacking midfielder "has always remained in our hearts".
The Brazilian scored twice during los Blancos' Teresa Herrera trophy triumph over Deportivo on Thursday but admitted after the game that he wants to leave the Liga giants, with the 31-year-old poised to fall even further down the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabeu in light of the seemingly imminent arrival of Gareth Bale.
Kaka has been repeatedly linked with a return to San Siro in recent years and Galliani has confessed that the Rossoneri could make a move for the former Ballon d'Or winner before the close of the transfer window on September 2.
"Kaka has always remained in our hearts," he is quoted as saying by Lancenet. "Anything is possible, so we will see."
Kaka joined Milan from Sao Paulo in 2003 and spent six successful seasons at the Giuseppe Meazza before joining Madrid for a reported €65 million.