It is reported that Brazilian legend Ricardo Kaká is ready for a move back to the San Siro for the last 6 months of his career. According to The Sun, Kaká is eyeing a sensational return to his former club AC Milan.
In total, he has made 307 appearances for Milan and has scored over 104 goals for them. He has led them to a league title and a UEFA Champions League title. His trophy cabinet is full with titles and personal awards, with his home country Brazil, he has won the FIFA World Cup once and the FIFA Confederations Cup two times. In his domestic career he has won the La Liga, Italian Serie A, Coppa Italia and Copa Del Rey, the Spanish Super Cup, the Italian Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Super Cup.
Would he fit in the Milan hall of fame alongside all these worldwide legends? Even though he isnt a striker, he sits at the number 9 position for the top scorers ever for the Rosonneri. He is currently 2 goals away from the number 8 position as Giuseppe Santagostino only has 2 more goals than Kaká.
It would be great for Milan to bring back a legend that made such an impact on the club in the last decade, even if he might only play for the rest of the season he can really help Milan come out of their recent struggling form. In my opinion, if he comes back he should be given the captain armband as he is an experienced player, and the only World Cup winner in the current Milan squad.
In conclusion, Kaká would really help Milan get back in winning form and could really lift them up from the deficits that they are facing. I would 100 percent accept him into the team and put him in the starting lineup. Kaká wants to finish his career at Milan and then go on to be a director in the club management. We are still waiting for an answer from the Milan board if they want to take Kaká back. Do you think they will take him back?
The Return Of A Legend to Milan?