The Serie A giants have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with the attacking midfielder over a two-year deal
AC Milan have announced on their official website that they have secured the services of Kaka from Real Madrid.
Following long negotiations into the early hours of Monday morning in the Spanish capital between Adriano Galliani and Kaka’s representatives, a deal was struck that sees the Brazilian arrive on a free transfer on a contract until 2015, with only performance-related incentives due to Madrid.
The 31-year-old will earn €4 million net per season at Milan and is set to fly to Milan’s Linate Airport on Monday morning to undergo a medical.
Kaka previously wore the Milan jersey from 2003 until 2009, winning one Serie A title as well as the Champions League during his first spell at the club.
The former Sao Paulo youngster then left the club for Real Madrid, but never lived up to the high expectations at the Liga giants as he mainly confined to the periphery at the Santiago Bernabeu.
He announced last week that he wanted to leave Madrid this summer and has now been granted his desired transfer back to Milan.