Originally posted on Fox Soccer  |  Last updated 9/4/13
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri believes Kaka can offset the loss of Kevin-Prince Boateng after the Brazil forward returned to the Rossoneri on Monday on a two-year contract. Kaka spent six years at the San Siro before being sold to Real Madrid for a reported €70 million (£56million) in 2009. However, he struggled to tie down a starting berth during his time at the Bernabeu and with the arrival of Gareth Bale, Kaka would have found himself even further down the pecking order. The 31-year-old made clear his desire to leave the Bernabeu last week and Milan wasted no time in re-signing the former world player of the year on a reported free transfer. His arrival came after the departure of Ghana international Boateng who joined Bundesliga side Schalke after three years in Italy. Allegri told Sky Sports Italia : "With the departure of Boateng we were without a playmaker. Ricardo's arrival will allow us to make a quantum leap from the technical point of view." Allegri's own futur...
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