Kaká admits he would like MLS move when he finally departs AC Milan
AC Milan’s Kaká has revealed that he would like to move to the MLS when he finally leaves the Rossoneri.
Tonight’s Serie A match against Chievo is set to be the Brazilian’s 300th in Milan’s colours and he has been speaking to the Corriere della Sera ahead of that milestone.
Football Italia quoted the 31-year-old’s views on his future, Kaká said: “I have no regrets at my decision to come back to Milan. It is part of life to experience strange moments and every team has had a crisis at one stage, so this is Milan’s moment.
The former Real Madrid attacker than went on to discuss his current manager Clarence Seedorf and how the current moment is difficult for him.
Kaká concluded by talking up the possibility of a move to America, he added: “I don’t think Seedorf expected to find such a difficult situation, but Clarence is still only at the start.
“In future I’d like to play in America. At the end of the season I’ll talk to Adriano Galliani to understand his ideas and those of the club.
“If I was to leave, then I would like a transfer to the United States.”