Kaká thankful and admits AC Milan will always be in his heart after receiving medal following his 300th appearance last weekend
Kaká made his 300th AC Milan appearance last weekend against Chievo and has expressed his gratitude to everyone associated with the Rossoneri.
The Brazilian is enjoying his second spell at the San Siro and after celebrating his milestone, he spoke with Milan’s Channel after the honour of reaching such a total.
Silvio Berlusconi awarded Kaká a medal for his achievement and the Brazilian was in an emotional mood.
“I am very happy to have reached 300 matches,” Kaká said.
“I would like to echo what Mr Adriano Galliani just said. The feelings that I have for this club, this shirt, my former team mates and my current team mates are real and from the heart.
“I hope I can make many more appearances. Thank you very much.”
Although Kaká hopes to make many more appearances he has been linked with a move away from the San Siro recently with MLS club Orlando City one of many after his signature.
The Brazilian wouldn’t be able to play for Orlando until 2015 but nevertheless speculation continues over his future, and you assume it will continue until the summer when Milan’s whole situation will be a lot clearer.