Just days after AC Milan's Kaka said he wanted to stay at the Italian club it looks like a deal could be done to sell him to Manchester City after all.
The Brazilian midfielder's been given permission to talk to City, who are thought to be offering more than £100 million for his transfer.
City boss Mark Hughes said the offer made football and business sense.
And now Kaka's spokesman, Diogo Kotschko, says the player would be open to a move if Milan wanted to sell him.
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Last year, the 26-year-old was voted the best player in the world by other players and managers.
If the multi-million pound deal goes ahead, it will more than double the current transfer record of £47 million for France's Zinedine Zidane from Juventus to Real Madrid in 2001.
At Man City, it's been reported that Kaka could earn as much as half a million pounds a week, which works out as 83p a second!
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But the owner of Man City can certainly afford it - Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan is thought to have a fortune of £15 billion.
Football experts say if Kaka helps the club win the Premier League or the Champion's League, then the £100m would be money well spent.