According to reports, Los Blancos assured the Brazilian star's father, giving him the date the club expected Kaka to report to pre-season training.
Kaka arrived in Madrid last summer for a £53 million transfer fee, but has failed to find the good form that saw him become so successful at Milan. Struggling with a hernia problem, the Brazilian has found it difficult to regain his form and his injuries continue to bother him — as most recently the Brazil national team doctor declared that Kaka was only 80 per cent fit for this summer's World Cup.
Mourinho, however, seems to have confidence that the Brazilian midfielder will find his top form next season and the club communicated this sentiment to the player's father.
Kaka has been the subject of some transfer rumours this summer, most notably Premier League side Chelsea of which manager Carlo Ancelotti, Kaka's former coach at Milan, recognized that he "would like to have Kaka, but he is very expensive."