Bonera hoping Kaká returns to Milan
AC Milan defender Daniele Bonera has revealed his hope that Kaká will leave Real Madrid and make a sensational return to the San Siro.
Kaká swapped Milan for Madrid in a €65million deal in 2009 but the Brazilian struggled to make a real impact in three years at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani revealed on Wednesday that he will meet up with Real supremo Florentino Perez in the coming days to discuss the potential transfer of Kaká, while admitting that the player's wage demands could prove to be a stumbling block.
And there are also fears about whether the 30-year-old playmaker will be able to maintain his fitness in the coming years, given his time at Madrid being mostly spent out on the sidelines due to a number of injuries.
However, Bonera has no doubts that Kaká would turn out to be a great signing for the Rossoneri.
''On a footballing level, he still has a lot to give, and he's also a great person,'' the Italian told Gazzetta dello Sport.
''It would be a positive to have him here with us for a number of reasons, not least in the way he trains. Ricky is a fantastic professional and he would be a great example for all of the kids.''