Brazilian star player Ricardo kaka made it official months ago that he is hanging his boots. The news are circulating that he is keen to take AC Milan’s managerial role. Former AC Milan famed star has spent his glorious years of the playing career at San Siro, and now he’ll be managing the club where he achieved success as a player.
Former Ballon d’or winner and World Player of the year 2007 was the last man to receive the top individual award before Messi & Ronaldo’s duopoly takes the centre stage. Brazilian star played his last match as an Orlando City’s player in Major League Soccer (MLS) before finally saying goodbye to his playing career.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports, “it’s not a mystery that he is evaluating an offer from Milan for a managerial role, even if, according to the indiscretions gathered by ‘Uol Esporte’, there would also be other clubs involved.”
During his time at Milan, from 2003 to 2009, the Brazilian star earns huge accolades globally and become a household name in football world. He won Serie A title, Uefa Champions League, two European Super Cups, a Club World Cup and Italian Super Cup during his stay with the Rossoneri.
In 2009, Kaka made high profile move to Real Madrid. He was expected to fight for the top dog position in Real’s camp along with his successor in Ballon d’or race Cristiano Ronaldo. A injury laden career didn’t help his career to take shape at Santiago Bernabeu, and played made a move to AC Milan as club’s captain.
AC Milan’s move didn’t restore the lost glory for the player and within six months he made a move to MLS. He stays with Orlando City for four years before finally announcing his retirement for the club.