May 12, 2011 | In: Articles
Real Madrid’s Kaka is welcome to return – AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi
AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi is leaving the door open for a return for Real Madrid playmaker Kaka.
The 29-year-old Brazilian continues to be linked with Chelsea though, and there are strong feelings he could be on his way to the Premier League following a less than perfect spell in Spain.
However, despite Premier League suspicions, Berlusconi has thrown his weight behind a return to San Siro as Kaka was, for a long time, the hallmark of the Rossoneri.
“Kaka is an extraordinary man and we are ready to welcome him back with open arms if he wants to come back to Milan,” Berlusconi told Radio Kiss Kiss.
Napoli’s Marek Hamsik has also been linked with Milan, but the chief feels the Azzurri will not want to sell in light of their likely Champions League group stage participation next season.
“I don’t think Napoli intend to sell one of their stars, especially with the aims they have,” he added.
Coach Massimiliano Allegri helped build a championship-winning side, and there are plenty of positive feelings for Berlusconi.
“The Scudetto is deserved and we are happy at Milan as we confirmed ourselves as being the most successful side in the world,” he added.
“There were some dramatic moments during the season, with many injuries, but in the end we were able to win.”
Milan welcome Cagliari on Saturday night and will be presented with the Serie A trophy having wrapped up the title with two games to spare.