Kaká hasn't given up on Europe with Milan yetBrazilian still dreaming of Europe
Kaká hasn’t given up hope of helping AC Milan qualify for Europe next season despite the Rossoneri languishing 10th in the Serie A table.
The 31-year-old told GazzettaTV that he still believes Milan can qualify for Europe especially after their impressive 2-0 win over Sampdoria.
Football Italia quoted the Brazilian who was firm in his message to Rossoneri supporters who may have started to give up on Europe for the 2014/15 season.
Kaká said: “I believe we can get into Europe, but we’re taking one game at a time.
“Things are changing, we are playing well and if things go well on the pitch the results will come too.
“I like (Clarence) Seedorf, he is a good coach. He has his philosophy of working and in the last few games it has shown.”
The experienced attacking midfielder also talked about his team mate Keisuke Honda and his hopes of making Luiz Felipe Scolari’s Brazil team for the World Cup.
“Honda needs patience, he has arrived from Russian football which is very different to Italian football,” stated the Brazilian.
“I need to do well with Milan , then on 5th May we’ll see if my name is on the list for the Brazil squad.”