L'equipe went even further, claiming that PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi met with the players last week in order to persuade them to join the French outfit.
Both Kaka and Higuain found their playing time limited this year and could be tempted to seek more playing time somewhere else.
Signing Higuain will prove to be a tough task since his contract, which runs until 2016, has a release clause in the region of €200 million.
Kaka could be signed for a relatively small fee, if Real Madrid opt to sell him this summer. The Brazilian is being paid too much and offers little in return at the moment.
Kaka has previously worked with the current PSG manager, Carlo Ancelotti, and might want to reunite with the man who made him one of the best players in Europe.
The attacking duo have been involved in 60 Real Madrid goals this season, scoring 33 and assisting on 27 more.
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