Former Juventus player Alessio Tacchinardi has given his opinion on the futures of Milan's Ricky Kaka and Keisuke Honda at the club.
He believes that the Brazilian will need to soon make clear whether or not he wants to stay at San Siro and thinks there is still much more to come from the Japanese.
“Regarding Kaka, we need to know whether he wants to be a part of the project at Milan or go to the United States,” Tacchinardi said to Sky Sport.
“Honda? I was curious by what he said during the week about how he knocks on Seedorf’s door a lot to learn how to improve.
“To me he seems like a player to be patient with. He is not a definite starter or a great player for next season, but he can certainly be in the squad.
“He is still a player who can develop a lot.”
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