EXTRA TIME: Dortmund star Aubameyang pays tribute to Brazil legend Kaka

The 28-year-old hailed the former Real Madrid midfielder who called time on his impressive 16-year career in the round leather game

Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has paid tribute to AC Milan legend Kaka who has decided to hang up his football boots.

The 2002 Fifa World Cup winner took to Twitter on Sunday to announce his retirement after enjoying a trophy-laden time in Europe with Real Madrid and AC Milan.

And the Gabon international has showered praise on the 2007 Fifa World Player of the Year by sharing how he motivated him in building his pace.

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