Kaka has admitted the best thing about signing for Juve is his father.
The Italian international says he regrets his move to the Bianconeri, as well as his decision to sign for Real Madrid, but admits he’s never regretted the time he spent with his father in the 1990s.
“I always think about him and I miss him,” said Kaka, who spent a year in Los Angeles before returning to Japan to play for the national team in 2012.
“But he never told me to leave.”
When asked if he felt the time spent with him was the best of his career, the 34-year-old admitted it was a tough decision.
“Yes, yes, yes,” he said.
We had a lot of fights together and I missed him a lot.””
But I can’t think about what I’d have done if he was still here.”
We had a lot of fights together and I missed him a lot.
“When you’re in a relationship, it’s good to be together, but sometimes you have to be alone.”
You have to remember you have children.
I have two kids now.
I can understand what my father went through.
“Kaka joined Real Madrid from Porto for $30m in 2002, a fee the club later paid to his father and the Italian media claimed to have sold the player for $2.5m.”
The club wanted to keep the player, but I think I can still be at the club for years to come.””
I think I have the best future.”
The club wanted to keep the player, but I think I can still be at the club for years to come.
“Maybe that’s because I have so many friends and the fans are so passionate.”
Juventus have been linked with a move for Kaka this summer, but the midfielder says he’s happy to remain at the Biancocelesti and play for Real until the end of the season.
“Real Madrid is a dream,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“That’s what I want.
I love playing for Real. “
It’s my job.
Of course I’d like to play in the Champions League and the FA Cup.”