Kaka has revealed that he wants to leave to Real Madrid.
Since joining in a £56million deal from AC Milan, he has failed to live up to the heavy price tag, making 120 appearances, costing Real Madrid £466,666 per game.
He has never really been able to nail down a first time role, with the likes of Mesut Ozil and Luka Modric being preferred to the Brazilian.
With the signing of Isco from Malaga, and the imminent arrival of Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur, it seems very unlikely that Kaka with feature under the new Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Kaka admits he wants to leave Real Madrid and was quoted saying in Spanish newspaper AS : "I am feeling very good physically but the club know that I would like to find a solution to my situation. Things are difficult for me here, there is increasingly less room for me. I am ready every day to train and work but this is not to say that I am happy.
"The club know that I would like to go and that I would like them to help me find a way out. [Carlo] Ancelotti knows, Florentino [Perez] knows, everyone at the club knows and I hope that between now and Monday a solution is found."
Kaka will want to move somewhere in Europe, with the Brazilian transfer window shut, and wants to be a regular starter, with the world cup in Brazil just looming around the corner.
The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner wants a move away, recently he has been linked to either Manchester United or Arsenal on loan. Could David Moyes swoop for Kaka? It seems a possibility and you certainly wouldn't rule it out.
Finally, Kaka added: "I believe it is in the best interests of myself and the club that I leave in an amicable way, it is the right time to go. I don't want to talk about others clubs because I have none at this stage."
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