Kaká previews his sides Champions League clash and talks SeedorfKaká reveals lots in questionaire
AC Milan’s Kaká took part in a questionnaire on his club’s twitter feed this afternoon with Brazilian newspaper Lance published quotes from the 31-year-old.
The attacking midfielder discussed various topics including Milan’s upcoming Champions League tie against Atlético Madrid, how Clarence Seedorf is doing and added his opinion to who is the best player in the world, kind of anyway.
Kaká played on Friday night in his sides Serie A clash against Bologna, a game in which Milan made hard work of winning but got the crucial three points in the end.
It’s a victory which has inspired confidence in the Brazilian and his team mates, he said: “After the victory against Bologna we are confident and prepared.
“Atlético have many players who impress me, some of them are my friends like (David) Villa.”
The former Real Madrid midfielder talked about what it has been like having a former team mate in charge.
He believes former Botafogo and Milan midfielder Seedorf will do a great job as manager of the Rossoneri.
Kaká added: “It is the first time a former team mate has happened to be my coach but I am happy about that and I believe Seedorf will do a great job at Milan.”
And almost by accident the Brazil international added his opinion on the debate about the world’s best player as he answered a question asking who was the greatest players he has played with and faced.
“The best players against whom I’ve played against are (Lionel) Messi and (Zinedine) Zidane. The best with which I played together with is Cristiano Ronaldo,” Kaká concluded.