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The Cardiff-born Wales international moved to the Spanish capital earlier this year after his sale to the Spanish club for a world-record fee

Celtic players protest as Kaka celebrates giving Milan the lead

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Celtic crashed out of Europe after a thumping defeat by Milan guaranteed they would finish bottom of their group.

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Brazilian is on loan at Milan and could make move permanent

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Kaka refuses wages after sustaining injury on return for AC Milan

The Brazilian midfielder has only just returned from Real Madrid

The Brazilian attacking midfielder Kaka has completed his return to Milan after four unhappy years at Real Madrid

Kaka to be eased back into action with AC Milan following transfer from Real Madrid

The Brazilian completed a move on deadline day

The Brazilian attacking midfielder Kaka has completed his return to Milan after four unhappy years at Real Madrid

Kaka forgives Jose Mourinho for freezing him out at Real Madrid

Brazilian delighted to have made return to AC Milan

<b>The best free transfers...</b><br/><br/>
<b>SOL CAMPBELL: Tottenham to Arsenal, 2001</b><br/><br/>
The template for 'Judas' transfers. A one-club man, and Tottenham's best player at the time, Campbell allowed his contract to run down so as to be able to leave Spurs and join who he liked. And that was Arsenal whose twin ability to offer hefty wages and medals was irresistible to Campbell and a bitter betrayal to all Tottenham fans still. To add salt to the wound, Campbell won the double in his first season with the Gunners.

Indyplus gallery: The best and worst free transfers of all time

A look at the deals which cost nothing that transpired into great things or a complete catastophe

<b>The best free transfers...</b><br/><br/>
<b>SOL CAMPBELL: Tottenham to Arsenal, 2001</b><br/><br/>
The template for 'Judas' transfers. A one-club man, and Tottenham's best player at the time, Campbell allowed his contract to run down so as to be able to leave Spurs and join who he liked. And that was Arsenal whose twin ability to offer hefty wages and medals was irresistible to Campbell and a bitter betrayal to all Tottenham fans still. To add salt to the wound, Campbell won the double in his first season with the Gunners.

With Samuel Eto'o joining Chelsea and Kaka returning to AC Milan, who are the best and worst free transfers of all time?

A look at the deals which cost nothing that transpired into great things or a complete catastophe

Gareth Bale is a goal scorer but joins Real without a major honour

Is Gareth Bale worth it? Real Madrid seem to think so...

Glenn Moore assesses how the Spanish giants will handle a world-record player who is yet to win major domestic honours or star internationally

Gareth Bale at a press conference announcing his move to Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Gareth Bale, his £85m transfer deal, and how Real Madrid ruined football for fans

As the dealing reaches fever pitch, Borrusia Dortmund show you can join football's big boys without buying success

Kaka has stated that he wants to leave Real Madrid

Transfer news: Kaka completes 'dream' free transfer from Real Madrid to AC Milan

The former world's most expensive players brings his time at the Bernabeu to an end

Kaka set for Milan return

The Brazilian midfielder Kaka is expected to complete a short-term loan move to his former club Milan today, with rumours that he is set to move to LA Galaxy in March.

Cristiano Ronaldo acknowledges the fans as Real Madrid play LA Galaxy

Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema on target for Real Madrid in match against LA Galaxy

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Isco (left) is expected to make his Real debut against Bournemouth

Why are Madrid playing in Bournemouth?

No matter how hot it is, the most highly prized spot in Bournemouth tomorrow will not be a square foot of the sandy beach but a plastic seat at the Goldsands stadium.

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