Real Madrid are gearing up for a new attempt to buy AC Milan's Brazilian midfielder Kaka to the Bernabeu, AS sports daily reported on Friday.
Not content with buying half a team last summer and again in mid-season the Spanish giants put their eyes on the Milan's playmaker.
Milan, who have just snapped up Ronaldo from Real, fended off persistent approaches from the Spaniards last year but now Madrid are ready to offer midfielders Robinho and Mahamadou Diarra, as well as Italian defender Fabio Cannavaro, for a deal, says AS.
The paper reported that the Italians may opt to try to sign Ronaldinho from Barcelona if Kaka leaves.
Kaka, 24, has been with AC Milan since 2003 and the Italians want an estimated 60 million euro (75 million dollar) for his signature.