Though Kaka wants to return for Real Madrid next weekend against Getafe, it's likelier that he will feature against Levante.
Injury has prevented the former Milan ace from playing for Jose Mourinho’s unit at all this season, but he is now back in training and is considering only a future with the Spanish capital club.
Speaking to los Merengues’ official website, Kaka said: “I am fine here and I’m not thinking of leaving the club.”
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old believes that playing in Madrid’s first match of 2011 – an away fixture against los Azulones – is not an unrealistic goal, according to Marca.
Though the 2007 Ballon d’Or winner wants to make a speedy recovery to action, it is said that the capital side are ready to show patience with the player who was operated upon in Antwerp back in August.
Since returning to training, Kaka has spent few sessions with the first team, and Mourinho wants to build him up in that environment before unleashing him on the Primera Division. The second leg of the Copa del Rey encounter against Levante is presently the Brazilian’s most likely return date.