Massimo Moratti: Kaká to Inter is wonderful idea, but...

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Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has dismissed reports suggested they are planning to snare Kaká from Real Madrid in an attempt to trump city rivals AC Milan.

Il Corriere dello Sport claimed on Wednesday that the Nerazzurri were devising a plan to cock a snook at Milan by bringing Kaká back to the San Siro in January.

Inter are said to be growing tired of Milan signing up players who were once icons in blue and black like Christian Vieri, Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimović.

And the newspaper understood Inter would try and get their revenge by signing Kaká who was idolised in his five years with the Rossoneri, although Inter supremo Moratti refused to get drawn into speculation.

When asked about the Kaká rumours, Moratti told the press: "It could be a wonderful idea but it did not come from us. I also read it in the paper."

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