AC Milan hero Kaka announces his retirement

AC Milan hero Kaka announces his retirement

AC Milan hero Kaka announces his retirement

One of the finest playmakers of his time, the Brazilian started his career in his native country with Corinthians before AC Milan captured his signature in 2003. The risky playmaker told Globo TV on Sunday that "the cycle of my career as a player ends here".

Kaka, who played for Brazil, AC Milan and Real Madrid, told Brazil's Globo TV on Sunday that "my last word is that the cycle of my career as a player ends here".

He is one of only eight players to win the treble of World Cup, European Cup/Champions League and Ballon d'Or. However, Kaka also indicated he could continue his post-playing career in football.

"I would like to take part in a club in a role more like... a manager, a sporting director - someone between the field and the club". Thank you and now I'm ready for the next journey. "In Jesus' name. Amen".

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UEFA super cup, Federation Internationale de Football Association club world cup, and two Confederations Cup medals also found their way into Kaka's collection during his time as a player, while the living legend goes down as the last player to win the coveted Ballon d'Or trophy before the back and forth rivalry of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

After playing AC Milan Kaka nearly joined to Manchester United. However, in the same transfer window Real Madrid broke the world record by signing Cristiano Ronaldo. Kaka has scored 29 times in 92 matches for Brazil.

After returning to Milan in 2013 for one season, his move to Orlando City made him into the highest-paid player in MLS history, with a base salary of $6.6 million per year. He is renowned for strong mazy dribbles and creativity on the pitch, which helps to provide opportunities to score.

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