Legendary player Arthur Antunes "Zico" Coimbra urged his fellow countryman Kaká to return to Brazil, so that he can have options to play with his national team in next year's World Cup.
The former Rio de Janeiro midfielder explained on his TV show Zico da Área that the best thing the Real Madrid player could do right now is leaving Spain and going back to his native land. In particular, to Rio's Flamengo, the club where Zico debuted and spent most of his career.
The 'White Pelé', like he is often called, alluded to a conversation he had with the 31-year-old midfielder. The Gama player told Zico that he still wanted to prove his usefulness with Real Madrid.
Yet, Zico remarked that Kaká should leave Real Madrid as soon as possible to be a main player again. This outcome would be beneficial for both Kaká and the Brazilian National Team, where he could play again if he has a good 2013/2014 season, which would not happen if he stays in Real Madrid.
Kaká still has two years left of contract with the Spanish club, which he joined in 2009. Madrid president, Florentino Pérez, is likely to transfer him next season or rescind his contract, since his time as a merengue player has proved to be unsuccessful.
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