Kaka has no plans to leave Real Madrid, despite AC Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi urging the Brazilian to re-sign for the Serie A club.Speaking on radio last week, Berlusconi said he would be willing to sign the Real Madrid midfielder.
“Kaka is an extraordinary man,” Italy’s Prime Minister said.
“If he wants to come back to Milan we will welcome him with open arms.”
The Brazilian’s future at the Bernabeu has been under a cloud as he has struggled for form and fitness since his move from Milan in 2009.
Kaka has been limited to a handful of appearances this campaign after recovering from major knee surgery.
However, the South American seems to have ruled out the possibility of quitting his Spanish club over the summer.
“The two years that I have spent in Spain have not been easy for me,” Kaka said.
“But we won the Spanish Cup and reached the semi-finals of the Champions League this term. That bodes well for the future.”
“I want to be a winner at Real Madrid. This is what I want to achieve.”
“I want to stay because I had a very difficult two seasons at Real Madrid because of injuries with my knee and now I want to be in good shape for the next season to come back into good form and play good for this team.”