Former World Player of the Year Kaka has said he would love to see Carlo Ancelotti take over the helm at the Bernabeu next season.
The Brazilian playmaker said in an interview with ESPN that the best years of his career so far were under Ancelotti while the pair was at AC Milan.
The current PSG boss has been tipped by many to be the successor to Jose Mourinho, should, as expected, the Portuguese vacate the hotseat at the end of the season.
The arrival of Ancelotti would be a major boost for Kaka, who has seen his playing time limited this season – something he admitted has been frustrating at times.
He stated: “I don’t know if you know what it’s like to be frustrated in your job, but that’s the sort of feeling I have here.”
Kaka, who has two years left on his contract, expressed a desire to stay on at the Bernabeu, but said any final decision would be made when the season draws to a close.
The 30-year-old said: “”It’s difficult to say what’s going to happen, which players are going to stay, whether Mou is carrying on, what the plan is going to be.”