Sao Paulo, Nov 8 IANS | 1 year ago

Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has praised Kaka's performances since returning to AC Milan and admitted he could recall him to the Brazilian national team.


Scolari said in an interview to the Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport that the midfielder was back in good form and his return to the Italian club was good for his career, reported Xinhua.

"I am happy Kaka has returned to a club offering him the chance to get back to 100 percent. I am watching all of Milan's matches because there is a possibility I could call-up Kaka in the future," Scolari said.

Kaka put in a good performance against Barcelona in the Champions League Wendesday, creating his side's goal in a 3-1 defeat.

He has not however been called up to the Brazil squad for the friendlies against the Netherlands and Chile later this month.

Kaka wore the No.10 shirt for Brazil during the 2010 World Cup and still dreams of participating in his fourth World Cup.

"I had a difficult time in Madrid but now I am rediscovering my form and happiness at Milan. I have to thank the fans and Milan for this second chance," he said.

(Posted on 08-11-2013)