Kaka's Real exit talks denied

Kaka's father and agent has denied reports that the Real Madrid playmaker could join Corinthians or New York Red Bulls in the January transfer window.

Last Updated: 29/11/12 at 20:30 Post Comment

Kaka: Real Madrid playmaker has been linked with Corinthians and New York Red Bu

Kaka: Real Madrid playmaker has been linked with Corinthians and New York Red Bu

The Brazilian continues to struggle for regular first-team football at Real and he was linked with a return to former club AC Milan over the summer.

With the transfer window on the horizon, speculation has claimed that Corinthians will try to tempt the 30-year-old back to Brazil and MLS club New York are also weighing up an offer.

However, Bosco Leite says there have been no negotiations regarding a transfer and confirmed that Kaka's preference is to stay in Europe.

"I don't know about that," Leite told Lancenet with regard to the rumours. "For now, as it stands now, he wants to stay in Europe.

"That might change but today, I don't know.

"Corinthians were never mentioned. And Corinthians themselves never said anything either."

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