Reports suggest Milan have approached Kaka about taking a role with the club, after he left Orlando City.
The Brazilian made over 300 appearances in two spells with the Rossoneri, winning the Scudetto in 2004 and the Champions League in 2007.
The midfielder was also awarded the Ballon d’Or in 2007, before joining Real Madrid for a world record fee in 2009.
After a one season return to San Siro, Kaka spent three years in MLS with Orlando City, but he left at the end of this season.
While the 35-year-old didn’t announce his retirement, Tuttomercatoweb speculates that he could return to Milan once more, this time as part of the club hierarchy.
The website believes there has already been contact between Kaka and the Rossoneri, and he’ll meet the club’s leadership in the coming hours.
There will be informal talks over taking a role behind the scenes, but the door is very much open to Kaka if he wants to come on board.
Update: Milan have now confirmed that Kaka will visit Casa Milan tomorrow.
Home is where your heart is: Ricky @KAKA will be at #CasaMilan tomorrow morning!— AC Milan (@acmilan) November 22, 2017
La Casa è dove si trova il cuore: domani mattina Ricky verrà a trovarci a Casa Milan!
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