Italian agent Enzo Bronzetti is trying to keep all parties talking over Real Madrid midfielder Kaka's move to AC Milan. Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani declared negotiations over on Monday night due to Real's asking price.

But Bronzetti, who is close to both clubs, is trying to keep the deal together and is banking on all parties returning to the table after the weekend.

It's emerged Kaka was prepared to accept a 40 per cent pay-cut on his Real wages to move to Milan, but his Spanish employers refused to go lower than €12 million to sell.