Ricardo Kaka announced that he would soon hang his shoes on the nail by quitting football.
“Football does not give me any pleasure, as I feel a lot of pain when I finish a match. The body reveals all my 35 years, it’s not like before. ”
In this way, the Brazilian champion has explained his decision to withdraw soon, though he did not set an exact time.
However, former Milan player, currently captain of Orlando City at Major League Soccer is not going to completely break away from football. By making career out of Zinedine Zidane’s withdrawal, Kaka did not hide the desire to follow his tracks as coach.
“It’s a good idea to do what Zidane did. Let me stop for a bit, complete the courses needed to become a trainer and start from the lower categories. I want to do something like that. ”
Known widely as one of the best footballers of his generation, Kaka shone more than anywhere in Milan, where he won the Champions League in 2007, resulting in the best competitor scorekeeper, season after which he also won Topi Golden.