The Brazil international left the San Siro for the Santiago Bernabeu in 2009, but has not been able to break into Jose Mourinho’s side on a regular basis and is looking for a way out of the club.
After reportedly enjoying a mean with Brazil team-mate Robinho, the forward admitted that he is actively striving to leave the Spanish giants in January.
"My situation at Real Madrid is an unhappy one – for me and for others," the 30-year-old told Sky Sport 24.
When asked if he would accept a reduction in wages to return to the San Siro outfit, he responded: "I have already said I'm open to find a solution. In Milan, I had many beautiful moments and still have friends here. I [have] already said I'm open to find a solution with Real, and if it's good for me it's good for everyone."
Despite Kaka’s wishes, the move to Milan still appears unlikely with vice president Adriano Galliani having already dismissed the idea due to the salary demands involved, while rejecting a move for David Beckham in the process.
"Kaka is impossible, as his wages are the problem," Galliani said. "I’d say it is 99.9 percent unlikely to happen.”