Ricardo Kaka announced a few days ago that he would like to play in the United States and the Brazilian is even considering his future with Ac.Milan and will happen at the end of the season.

The former Real Madrid player has a contract with the Italian club which runs up until 2015 but there is a clause in his contract which will allow him to make an early departure away from Ac.Milan if they are unable to qualify for the Champions League.

The Champions League is out of the reach for the club which means that if Kaka truly wants to settle in the last few years of his playing career somewhere where there is less pressure, he has a chance of doing just that during the summer.

The captain of the club, Riccardo Montolivo is hoping that Kaka remains with Ac.Milan for a few more seasons but it will ultimately depend on the Brazilian’s decision.

“Kaka will evaluate his situation but only at the end of the season. We will try to qualify for the Europa League in order to give him a further motivation to remain at Milan, even though I’m certain that he is aware of the prestige this club has.” Montolivo told Milan’s website.

Kaka arrived from Real Madrid in September of 2013 after playing with the Spanish club for 4 seasons but his time in Spain was limited with just a few matches on the actual playing grounds as he had to settle with plenty of time on the sidelines of Real Madrid and even with the departure of Jose Mourinho, things didn’t change for the Brazilian midfielder.

When Carlo Ancelotti was appointed as the successor of Jose Mourinho, there was an air of expectations and changes involving a few Real Madrid players such as Kaka and Casillas but unfortunately for the Brazilian, he still had to settle with more time on the sidelines than on the pitch and he ultimately decided to leave and return to Ac.Milan.