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One time Ballon d'Or winner Kaka could be set for a third spell at AC Milan, with the recently retired Brazilian playmaker set for a meeting with Rossoneri officials tomorrow.
The World Cup winner is due at the San Siro for Milan's Europa League clash with Austria Wien tomorrow, where he will meet with the club's managing director, Marco Fassone.
Kaka back to Milan to attend the match AC Milan - Austria Wien pic.twitter.com/AVXCUxVnO9- Team Milan AC (@TeamMilanAC) November 20, 2017
Kaka recently brought an end to his playing career after three seasons with MLS franchise Orlando City. The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner has enjoyed two previous spells as a Milan player, first between 2003 and 2009 and then again during the 2013/14 season.
The 35-year-old won one Serie A title and the 2007 Champions League with the Rossoneri, becoming a firm fan favourite at the club during his 307 appearances, in which he scored 104 goals.
While the former Brazil international had hinted that he wasn't actually done with playing and would actually look to find a new club for another six months before turning his hand to management, it is expected that Milan's offer would be for a directorial or coaching role within the club.
SKY ITALIA:- Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStat) November 22, 2017
Ricardo Kaká and AC Milan are in negotiations, as the player could possibly be handed a directorial role at the club. pic.twitter.com/fWOEL0UB6f
Kaka might get a role in the @acmilan management. This makes me both happy and angry. As much as I love Kaka, does he really deserve it more than Maldini? When will this team finally give him what he deserves?- 'Ρέα (@RheaZouein) November 22, 2017
Calciomercato are reporting that Kaka will meet with Fassone ahead of the Austria Wien match to discuss starting his new role in time for the commencement of the 2018/19 season.
It could be that Kaka is offered a sporting director role, similar to what Francesco Totti now occupies at Roma.
There is expected to be more information on the potential move in the coming days once Fassone and Kaka have met with each other.
(H/T AC Milan Info)
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