Saturday, 18th September 2010

Kaka has emerged as an official transfer target for Inter according to reports from Italy. The idea of signing the former AC Milan midfielder, currently on the sidelines through injury at the Bernabeu, was floated last month, but Inter president Massimo Moratti denied the idea had come from him.

The president went on to consider the move, before deciding the proposal to snap up Kaka was "wonderful". Now reports suggest Moratti, the team’s senior directors and Rafael Benitez, have met to discuss the move, and all are in agreement that the arrival of Kaka would be beneficial to the Nerazzurri.

Inter are now expected to sound out Real Madrid over the Brazilian, before trying to make an official move in January. The signing of Kaka is considered the perfect riposte to AC Milan’s signing of former Inter star Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The attitude of Real Madrid towards any deal however, is at this stage unknown. 



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