Kaka: I Don’t Want To Leave Milan

The Brazilian superstar has reassured the Rossoneri fans that he has no intention of leaving the club.

Milan ace Kaka flew to Brazil yesterday, reiterating his desire to stay with the Italian giants as the Diavoli unveiled his compatriot Leonardo as their new boss.

Leonardo admitted that he hopes to have Kaka at his disposal next season, but vice president Adriano Galliani revealed that it will be difficult to keep hold of their prized asset if, as reports suggest, Spanish giants Real Madrid launch a massive bid.

But after turning down a lucrative offer from Manchester City in January, Kaka has once again made it clear that his desire is to remain at the San Siro.

“I will say it for one last time: I do not want to leave Milan,” La Gazzetta dello Sport quotes Kaka as having said while on the flight to his homeland.

“I prefer to keep quiet for the time being because I don’t want to be misinterpreted or, even worse, manipulated.

“I just want to say to the millions of Rossoneri fans that I have made my choice. I want to stay. Just leave me alone, please.”

Milan finished third in Serie A to qualify for next season’s Champions League after Kaka netted in a 2-0 victory over Fiorentina on the final day.

“Thank God we qualified for the Champions League. We missed it and I missed it,” explained Kaka.

“I want to keep winning with Milan. I’m staying at Milan. And as of today, this case is over.”
Vince Masiello, Goal.com