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Kaka Could Still Make Switch Away From Real Madrid In January


Monday, 19th November, 2012



Kaka is prepared to leave Real Madrid in the January transfer window, according to Spanish daily El Confidencial.

The Brazilian has forced his way back into the first team reckoning under Jose Mourinho at Los Blancos and had recently stated his intention to stay at the Bernabeu and help the team to win trophies.



But despite receiving some minutes on the pitch with Real Madrid, the midfielder is clearly still below Mesut Ozil and Luka Modric in the playmaker pecking order.

And for Kaka, a departure to a side at which he will be considered a key player, is still very much a possibility.

The player’s father is believed to have asked for a meeting with Real Madrid, at which he will tell the Spanish giants that his son still wishes to leave the door open for a move.

A number of teams remain interested in Kaka, from former club AC Milan to Turkish giants Galatasaray.

Something which could potentially scupper any move though is the 30-year-old’s wages.

He is believed to earn around the €10M per year mark in the Spanish capital and maintaining that level will be difficult.

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