Kaka ‘would be welcome back at AC Milan’

Kaka ‘would be welcome back at AC Milan’


Real Madrid midfielder Kaka would be welcome back at AC Milan, according to the Italian club’s vice-president Adriano Galliani.

Kaka scored twice on Thursday night as Real Madrid defeated Deportivo La Coruña 4-0 in the Teresa Herrera trophy, but then promptly told reporters after the game that he wanted to leave the club.

With the World Cup taking place in his native Brazil in less than a year’s time, Kaka said he wanted to leave the Santiago Bernabeu in search of first team football. He added that he sees his future within Europe still, rather than making a move back to Brazil.

As a result, rumours have suggested the 2007 Ballon D’or winner could return to the San Siro, something Galliani said he would be happy to see.

“Kaka’s return? He has always remained in our hearts,” Galliani told Lancenet. “It is possible we will wait and see,” he added.

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