AC Milan has announced via its official television channel that the club has begun negotiations for Real Madrid playmaker Kaka.
Following the news on Wednesday night that the Brazilian was unhappy at Santiago Bernabeu, the two sides' presidents, Milan's Silvio Berlusconi and Madrid's Florentino Perez, have begun talks over a possible loan deal for the 30-year-old.
The forward has failed to cement his place in the first team under Jose Mourinho and Kaka's representatives went to Milan's head office on Thursday to discuss the player's options.
Kaka, who has previously played for Milan between 2003-2009, has made only seven league appearances for Madrid this season.
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