Dani Alves insists Kaká would be treat better at Barcelona
Barcelona defender Dani Alves has criticised the way in which his fellow Brazilian Kaká has been treat at Real Madrid, claiming he would be more valued at Camp Nou.
Kaká has been reduced to a supporting role at the La Liga giants recently, following a number of injuries and a loss of form.
The 30-year-old was expecting to leave the Bernabéu this summer with a number of sides looking to acquire his services, including his former club AC Milan, but a move did not materialise.
Dani Alves believes his national teammate should have left the club a long time ago, due to the way he has been treat.
The right-back told Esporte Interactivo: "If I were Kaká, I would have left Real Madrid a long time ago.
"Because in my life, I love playing football, and if you take away from me what I love, I lose my sense of life. I am sad because I admire Kaká and I would not like to live through what is happening to him.
"He made it to where very few have - the best in the world, and now he has no respect from their owners. I think he would not be going through this situation at Barcelona."
The former Ballon D'Or winner recently insisted he wants to remain at Real Madrid and fight for his place, in order to increase his chances of representing the Seleção during the 2014 World Cup.