Kaka feels it is the right time for the Brazilian to leave the Bernabeu.
Some of the biggest clubs around Europe will have had their ears pricked up by the news that Real Madrid midfielder Kaka wants to leave Los Blancos after four years.
“I want to go,” the Brazilian told AS.
“I think now is the right time for me and for the club to leave amicably. I’ve spoken with [Carlo] Ancelotti and with the club, they all know.
“Things are now difficult for me in the team and the club know what I want. It’s my obligation to work hard and continue training, but my father is already working to see if something comes up. I think that it’s best for me and for the club.”
From the Premier League Arsenal and Manchester United are the most likely candidates as the clubs have the financial resources and have also failed to make a big signing as yet.
However, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur could also be contenders, but all three are already well stocked in attacking midfield.
The Brazilian was briefly the most expensive player of all time back in 2009 when Madrid were moved to pay AC Milan £56m for Kaka, before signing Cristiano Ronaldo from United in an £80m move shortly after.
Yet whilst Ronaldo has relished in the Spanish capital, the South American has found life in La Liga less satisfying and has never truly shined like the 31-year-old did in Milan.
Back in 2007 Kaka won the prestigious Ballon D’Or for being the best player on the planet and at the time the Brazil international was almost unplayable.
Despite struggling in Spain there is still no denying the attacking midfielder’s talent and either the Gunners or United would be adding a very experienced player to their side, if they chose to make a move.