Ricky Kaka has “no regrets” about returning to Milan, but admits he’s tempted by a move to the MLS.
The Brazilian spoke to the Corriere della Sera ahead of tonight’s game with Chievo, which is set to be his 300th appearance in a Rossoneri jersey.
“I have no regrets at my decision to come back to Milan. It is part of life to experience strange moments and every team has had a crisis at one stage, so this is Milan’s moment.”
Kaka has said that working under Clarence Seedorf is odd, as it’s the first time he has worked with a former teammate as Coach.
“I don’t think Seedorf expected to find such a difficult situation, but Clarence is still only at the start.”
It remains to be seen whether Kaka will be there to see Seedorf’s future at Milan, as he admitted it might be time to move on.
“In future I’d like to play in America. At the end of the season I’ll talk to Adriano Galliani to understand his ideas and those of the club.
“If I was to leave, then I would like a transfer to the United States.”
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