Milan Head Coach Clarence Seedorf unsure if Kaká will stay
Milan Head Coach Clarence Seedorf has admitted he is unsure if Kaká will stay with the Rossoneri next season.
The 31 year-old has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave this summer if Milan fail to qualify for the Champions League.
With Seedorf’s side long out of contention for the top three - the highest they can finish is 6th - speculation has suggested that Kaká could be tempted to use his clause and move on.
Key personnel at former club São Paulo and new Major League Soccer franchise Orlando City have made known their interest in the Brazil international, while Seedorf can offer no guarantees about Kaká’s future.
I don’t know whether or not Kaká will stay, as we have to wait and see what he’s decided,” he said, as reported by Football Italia.
Kaká rejoined Milan on a free transfer on 2 September 2013 after four years with Real Madrid. This season, he has scored seven goals in 29 Serie A appearances, but couldn’t convince Brazil Head Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari to select him in his World Cup squad.