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The Real Madrid midfielder Kaka will not leave the club in the January transfer window according to his agent. The 30-year-old Brazilian midfielder has been linked with many clubs in Europe, while there is also the possibility of him returning to Brazil.

He has struggled for form and fitness during his time at Real Madrid since making the £ 62 million world record a move from AC Milan in 2009. Due to the fact that his one of the highest earning players in the squad, it is also causing the manager José Mourinho the inability to sign other players.

As a result, he is reportedly looking at the possibility of offloading the Brazilian midfielder in such a way that it would free up his wages to be spent on other players. Even more pressing situation for Real Madrid the fact that the star attacker Cristiano Ronaldo is demanding a new contract. The Portuguese international is already on more than £ 200,000 per week, while offering him a new contract will take the wages to up to £ 300,000 per week. It is thought that Mourinho has identified offloading Kaká as the main solution for this problem, but Kaka's agent has revealed that his client is not moving in January.

"I don't know about that. For now, as it stands, 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," said the 30-year-old Brazilian's agent. The French club PSG have been linked with him for a long time, but the Brazilian club Corinthians have emerged as the new contenders for his signature. Kaka recently returned to the international team after more than two seasons in the wilderness. His has made eight appearances for Real Madrid so far this season.