“I’d go to the USA” admits Milan trequartista Kaká
Kaká admits he is more likely to close out his career in the United States than Brazil.
The 31 year-old's not planning to leave Milan in the near future, having just rejoined the club in September, but would prefer not to return to his native Brazil when he does eventually depart.
“I hope to stay here for many more years,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport. I’m not thinking about a return to Brazil, though at most I’d go to the USA for a few years, but the future is a long way off yet.”
Kaká last played in Brazil with São Paulo ten years ago. He won the Torneio Rio – São Paulo and was part of the Seleção’s 2002 FIFA World Cup winning squad before joining Milan in 2003.
After acquiring numerous trophies and individual accolades - including being named the 2007 FIFA World Player of the Year - he was sold to Real Madrid in June 2009 for a reported fee of €68.5 million.
Kaká's four seasons in Spain were largely unsuccessful, but having returned to Milan, he's quickly rediscovered his best form, scoring four goals in 14 appearances.