Kakà ‘happy’ with Milan return claims Galliani
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani insists Kakà is delighted to be back at the Rossoneri.
The Brazilian international returned to the Serie A outfit on a free transfer this summer, after four years at Real Madrid.
He had previously been with Milan between 2003 and 2009. In that period he was named World Player of the Year, as well as winning the Ballon d'Or and the Champions League.
Despite arriving at Real Madrid for a then world record fee of €68.5 million, Kakà struggled to make an impression at the Santiago Bernabéu and finally decided to depart this summer.
A reacquaintance with Milan always seemed likely and he quickly agreed a two year-deal.
“Kakà is happy to be here and he’s working well,” stated Galliani at a press conference today.
“His return has been extraordinary from a sponsorship and merchandising point of view. The fans are happy, he’s happy and we’re all very satisfied.”
After appearing in a friendly victory against Swiss side Chiasso, Kakà is expected to make his competitive return for Milan in their away game at Torino, on Saturday.