Milan legend Kaká hopes the Rossoneri win the Scudetto and doesn’t see many problems in Italian football.
The former Brazilian star spoke to Italian media, including those of La Gazzetta dello Sport, during an event on Thursday.
Kaká played 307 games in a Rossoneri shirt, scoring 104 goals and winning the Ballon d’Or in 2007 after winning the first and only Champions League in his career. He was asked to send a message to his former teammate Paolo Maldini who has relaunched Milan over the last two seasons.
“A message to Maldini? Of course, it’s always a pleasure. Good luck for the rest of the season. As a Milanista, I hope Milan win the title,” said Kaká.
“From the outside, I see Milan are coming back, same as Inter and Juventus, who are doing well in Italy and Europe. I don’t see all these problems from the outside, but there is always something to improve. I am optimistic about Italian football.”
Roberto Mancini’s Italy have failed to qualify for the Qatar 2022 after suffering a shock 1-0 loss against North Macedonia in Palermo last week. The Azzurri have missed out on two successive World Cups for the first time in the history of Italian football.
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