It was reported today that Italian club Milan posted on its official website a welcome for Kaka as he was set to arrive on Monday.
According to the Italian media, Kaka signed a contract for two years worth four million, plus bonuses per season, compared to 11 million he was getting at Real Madrid.
The AC Milan website stated that this welcome will not be like the one in 2003 when Kaka first came to Milan. This welcome will be another story between Kaka and Milan.
"Kaka spoke strongly these days and said he wanted to return to Milan. And today will not need many words, simply a hug. And everything in our house, will be as before," stated the article in the Milan website.
Vice president Adriano Galliani confirmed last night, when leaving Bernabeu Stadium, where he met with the president of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez, that the two clubs had reached an agreement, but Kaka still needed to sign the contract.
Kaka, 31, returns to the Italian team and the Italian league, Serie A, that he left in 2009 to join Real Madrid in Spain, in which he had been active since 2003, collecting 193 appearances and 70 goals.