MILAN, Oct 26 (Reuters) – AC Milan playmaker Kaka has refused to rule out a move to Real Madrid following fresh speculation on Friday.
The European champions spent most of the close season repelling Real’s advances for the 25-year-old Brazilian and reports in Italy and Spain have said Real president Florentino Perez is ready to renew their assault in January.
Milan said in June they were aware Kaka’s father had met Madrid officials but club president Silvio Berlusconi said they would not let their best player leave.
“I have a contract with Milan until 2011, I am not in a hurry to renew it and neither are Milan,” Kaka told reporters.
“Florentino Perez must talk with Berlusconi. If they find an agreement OK, otherwise I stay here.”
Kaka, speaking at the unveiling of a new computer game, also gave fresh impetus to stories linking Milan with a bid for Barcelona forward Ronaldinho, who has not been at his best at the Nou Camp this season.
“Everytime we meet up with the national team, Ronaldinho asks me about Milan, the team and the club. I dont know if he can come. Certainly he has feelings for us,” he said.