Kaká admits he would leave Real Madrid if the club wanted him to
Real Madrid playmaker Kaká has admitted that he would leave the Santiago Bernabéu outfit if they wanted him to.
The Brazilian has endured a turbulent time with the Spanish giants, since joining them from Milan for around €70million in 2009.
Kaká has long been linked with a move away from the club but has failed to find any suitors, largely due to his high wage demands, including the Rossoneri who backed out of a deal during the January transfer window.
The 30-year-old has claimed that he does not want to be a burden on Los Blancos, and would depart if they felt it necessary.
He told AS: "I have two more years on my contract. But I do not want to be a burden.
"If I have to go away for the good of the club – I will.
"I want to play more for Real Madrid, but I understand the situation. There are other strong players here."
The Seleção international has also been linked with a move to the American MLS, where his younger brother Digão plays for the New York Red Bulls.
Source: Football Italia