Brazilian ace Kaka has once more underlined his determination to establish himself as a star player at Spanish giants Real Madrid, and insists he will not leave in the next three years.
The former AC Milan player was brought to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2009 for a whopping £56 million but his performances have not lived up to his massive price tag.
Kaka, who was once named the World Player of The Year, still has three years left on his current contract with Real, but the playmaker could still be offloaded to another club to recuperate some of the money spent on him and to bring in a younger talent.
The 30-year-old was linked with a proposed move to join Tottenham and White Hart Lane in this year’s summer transfer window, but that deal never came to fruition and Kaka has been working on solidifying his spot in Jose Mourinho’s first team once more.
The Brazil international featured on numerous occasions last month for his club, and he’s keen to push on from there as the January transfer window draws ever closer.
“Even when there was lots of talk in the summer, I didn’t think about leaving, as I was sure I could still bring a lot to Real Madrid,” Kaka told Estadao.
“I still have three years left on my contract and I think I can contribute. I want to stay at Real Madrid, earn a place in the team and win titles.”
Kaka has hinted that he may favour a move back to his native country and first club Sao Paulo when he does depart Real Madrid, but only when he has honoured his current deal.
“I’m not going to Brazil in the short term but if I returned my priority would certainly be Sao Paulo,” said the footballing veteran when questioned about a move away.