São Paulo President Carlos Miguel Aidar believes Kaká should return
São Paulo President Carlos Miguel Aidar has admitted he would love to bring Kaká back to the club.
The Brazil international started his career with the Tricolor, before moving to Milan in 2003.
After leaving the Rossoneri for Real Madrid in June 2009, Kaká rejoined Milan last summer, but speculation suggests he may be on the move again at the end of this season and Carlos Miguel Aidar is seemingly ready to pounce.
“Everyone likes to dream,” he said, as reported by Football Italia.
“We would love to see him on the São Paulo field along with Hulk, Dani Alves, Alan Kardec and why not Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar!
“Joking aside, there is only one name that I really want - Ricardo Kaká. It would be a dream to bring him home.
“For us he would be perfect. He has the face of someone from São Paulo, he is beautiful, good, speaks well and has all his teeth.
“We could not compete with the money of the Arabs and the Chinese, but he knows that here he would be the right man in the right place.”
During his first spell with São Paulo Kaká won the 2001 Torneio Rio – São Paulo.