Real Madrid have announced the signing of Brazil international Kaka from AC Milan.
Madrid gave no financial details but reports late on Monday said the Spanish club will pay Milan â‚¬65 million ($92 million) for the attacking midfielder, making it one of the richest deals in football history.
The largest previous transfer was set by Zinedine Zidane when he joined Madrid from Juventus for $65 million in 2001.
Milan also confirmed Kaka's transfer to Madrid on its Web site.
Kaka, who passed a medical in the northeastern Brazilian city of Recife earlier Monday, has signed a six-year contract.
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