AC Milan have resigned Brazilian star Kaka from Real Madrid, reports the Daily Star.
The 32-year-old has signed has signed a 2-year-deal with the Italian side, ending speculation of a move to the Premier League.
Manchester Untied and Arsenal had been linked with the Brazilian, as Madrid look to offload some fringe players after completing the signing of Gareth Bale from Tottenham. The attacking midfielder played in just 19 league matches for Los Blancos last season, as he struggled to get into the star studded starting lineup.
But Kaka will not be moving to England after resigning with AC Milan, who sold him to Madrid for £56million, a world record fee until Cristiano Ronaldo joined him at the Santiago Bernabeu. Kaka appeared in two Champions League finals with Milan, winning the 2007 final against Liverpool to lift the trophy.
The Brazilian, who played just once in his nations World Cup success in 2002, has won a host of individual awards, including the 2007 FIFA World Player of the Year award, now known as the Ballon d’Or. But the once best player in the world will not be plying his trade in the Premier League after agreeing to return to the San Siro.
Manchester United and Arsenal have been linked with Kaka’s former teammate Mesut Ozil since the Brazilian moved to Italy.
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