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Real Madrid manager José Mourinho has said that it would not be a problem for him if players like Kaka and Ricardo Carvalho stayed at the club even after the end of the transfer window.

The Brazil international Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo's Portuguese international team-mate Ricardo Carvalho have been linked with a move away from Real Madrid due to the lack of regular first team football.

José Mourinho has always maintained that Ricardo Carvalho is a player who needs to play regularly in order to perform at the top level. As a result, he will not stand in the way of the former Porto and Chelsea defender if he decides to leave the club.

The situation with Kaka, though, is extremely complex due to the high transfer fees involved in securing the Brazil international from AC Milan. As a result, Real Madrid are not willing to listen to offers of less than £ 30 million for the 31-year-old, who has suffered a number of injury problems in the last three seasons. As a result, there is a growing feeling within the Real Madrid that the club has seen the best of Kaka. He has been linked with a return to AC Milan, while French club PSG have also shown interest in him.

"The important thing is that he thinks about his personal happiness when he makes a decision about his future. It is not a problem for me if he stays at Real Madrid. We will be happy if he decides to stay put, but we will also be satisfied if he decides to move on in his pursuit of happiness. We know each other well and have been through a lot. We had a season where he was being plagued by injury, and then he struggled to break into the first team," said José Mourinho.