Kaka: “I’d like to continue in football, maybe at Milan”

The legendary Brazlian ace returns to talk about football and his desire to return at Milan after announcing his retirement just recently.

I’m still deciding what to do in the future, I still feel like a footballer.” Ricardo Kaka tells “Przeglad Sportowy”, a Polish newspaper. “I would like to continue in the football world as a coach or as sports director. Maybe even at AC Milan, I hold the Rossoneri in my heart, as well as in all the teams I played.

Kaka also gives his thoughts on the top 3 players of the moment: “Neymar has never been so fit, he could become a world champion. Today the rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo is still strong, the media can’t stop talking about the two and for them this is a stimulus. I don’t have a contract with any club but I still feel a player and in the coming weeks I will decide my future.

Ricardo Kaka
Ricardo Kaka

The Brazilian star was the last player to win the Ballon d’Or before the Messi-Ronaldo full domination. He played with AC Milan for 6 season before moving to Real Madrid in 2009 for record fee of nearly 70 million euros. Kaka has played 307 matches for the rossoneri, scoring 104 goals and winning every possible trophy along the way.

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