MILAN, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Ronaldinho would welcome Kaka back
to AC Milan with open arms, the Brazilian said on Friday
following a raft of speculation linking the Real Madrid man with
the club he graced for six years.
Kaka's father and agent was spotted at Milan's headquarters
on Thursday but the club said he was there for "bureaucratic
"If he did return to Milan I would welcome him. He is a
great champion and made history with this club," Ronaldinho told
reporters after committing his future to Milan for at least the
rest of the season.
Media in both Italy and Spain have said Kaka, who has
struggled with form and fitness at the Bernabeu, could leave
Madrid in January along with potential Inter Milan and Juventus
target Karim Benzema.
Inter president Massimo Moratti denied reports earlier in
the week that he had held negotiations to bring Kaka to the
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