The Italian trainer has admitted that he would love to work with the 29-year-old playmaker again, yet he does not seem too optimistic on a deal for the player this summer
Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti has once again reiterated his desire to bring Real Madrid's Kaka to the Parc des Princes, although did admit that he is unsure whether the player would be available this summer.
The ambitious French club have been linked with the Brazilian in the past and Ancelotti admitted in February that if the player became available, he would be interested.
It is unknown whether Madrid boss Jose Mourinho would be willing to part with the playmaker, who has returned to form and fitness in the past few months, but Ancelotti has made it clear he would like to work with the 29-year-old again, having coached him previously at AC Milan.
"I hope that Kaka comes to Paris but I don't think he will come this summer. If Real Madrid decided to let him go, we would open our door," he told Le Parisien.
Ancelotti takes PSG to Olympique de Marseille on Sunday evening, hoping to overtake Montpellier at the top of Ligue 1, while Kaka is expected to be in action for Los Blancos against Valencia on the same night.