Manchester City reportedly offer 100 million euros for Milan's Kaka

London  - Big-spending English Premier League club Manchester City have reportedly offered 100 million euros to sign Brazilian superstar Kaka from AC Milan.

According to reports in several British papers and in Italy, City officials spent Tuesday in Milan talking to the Serie A club over a possible signing.

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, a media tycoon who also owns AC Milan, said that he hoped Kaka, the star player in the side, would remain a Milan player.

"I hope he's irreplaceable, and I hope he will stay with us," Berlusconi said. "I know nothing about this offer."

Mediaset, the website of Berlusconi's media group, confirmed that a delegation led by City chief executive Garry Cook had met Tuesday with Milan officials.

"Manchester City want Kaka at all costs, and they have shown their cards," a report on the website said.

The report claims that City would offer Kaka 15 million euros a season, after tax, if he moves to the English club. (dpa)