Milan’s Kaká admits victory against Juventus this weekend would be a great boost
Kaká can not wait until AC Milan play Juventus this weekend and believes it would be a huge boost for the Rossoneri if they can achieve all three points.
The San Siro plays host to Milan against Juventus on Sunday and speaking to Sky Sports Italia the Brazilian revealed the importance of the match.
Football Italia quoted the 31-year-old who has regained some form under Clarence Seedorf.
“The game against Juventus is a derby of Italy, an international derby, games that are felt deeply by us as players, by you in the media and by the fans,” Kaká said.
“All week you live waiting for this derby. We hope to be able to write another small page in the history of Milan, to say: ‘We played a great match against a great team’.
“For us, the three points are very important for the table but also on an emotional level and for our growth.
“To beat Juve would give us a great boost for the end of the season. This Juventus is very strong, they have great talent and are doing well.”
As they did for much of last season The Old Lady are leading the way in Serie A and are firm favourites to retain their title.
Kaká praised the work of Juve manager Antonio Conte and admitted he wants to know his secret!
The Brazilian added: “I do not know his way of working, but, he has something special, because to win the League three years in a row is not easy.
“I’m also a bit curious to know his secrets, I like being on the outside, but then to better judge him I would need to be with him every day.”