Kaka braced for 'emotional' Milan return
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Kaka has said making his second debut for AC Milan against Torino on Saturday night will be an emotional occasion.
Back at the San Siro following his transfer from Real Madrid just under a fortnight ago, the 31-year-old cannot wait to make his return a decade since he made his bow for the club in Ancona.
"I'm going to be as emotional as I was ten years ago," he said. "I'm ready for my debut."
In six seasons with Milan prior to joining Real, Kaka scored 95 goals in 270 appearances and making it to a century of goals for the Rossoneri is one of his objectives.
"I don't know how many goals I can score, but I'd like to make 100," he told reporters at the Milanello training facilities.
With competition from the likes of Mario Balotelli and Stephan El Shaarawy in the Milan squad, the 2007 Ballon d'Or winner is not taking a starting berth for granted. "If there is squad rotation, then I'll get used to it," he said.
"By playing for Milan, I'd like to earn a place in the Brazil side for the World Cup, but right now I'm working for myself and to delight the fans. I've finally got to know Balotelli, who's great on the field but also a genuinely nice guy.
"I joked a bit with him and El Shaarawy in the dressing room. We get on well and I think we can all play together. This is a side with great players with respect for each other."