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AC Milan midfielder Kaka insists that he has no idea where he will be playing his football next season as speculation over a possible move continues to grow.
Kaka returned to the Italian giants in September 2013 on a free transfer after struggling to find his feet during a four-year stint at the Santiago Bernabeu with Real Madrid.
The Brazilian playmaker was regarded as one of the best around during his previous spell at the San Siro and earned the crown of World Player of the Year in 2007.
The 32-year-old has once again shown some of his quality since returning to Italy, netting nine times in 36 appearances.
However, it does not seem as though he has done enough to secure a place with the squad for next season as he has been heavily linked with a move to the MLS.
The former Sao Paulo man insists that no decision has been made yet over his future club but he expects it will become clearer over the summer.
Kaka said: “The market situation is difficult. I think it is part of the Italian culture to talk about the future, but this provokes anxiety.
“It’s not enough to say that I will stay. Since I was last here and when I was in Madrid, there have always been market rumours about me.
“I have had my best years at Milan. Between myself, the club and the supporters, there is a great relationship.”
Kaka will of course be free to sort his future in the coming months as he has been left out of Brazil’s World Cup squad.