Kaka to hold Real future talks

Kaka expects to hold talks with Real Madrid over his future after his goalscoring return to the first team.

Last Updated: 05/12/12 at 09:48 Post Comment

Kaka: The Brazilian has three years left on his contract at Real

Kaka: The Brazilian has three years left on his contract at Real

The Brazilian has made just three appearances in Jose Mourinho's first XI this season but scored having started in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League win over Ajax.

Kaka had not appeared in the starting line-up since the end of October and he has played just eight games for Real in all competitions this season which has led to speculation he could leave for LA Galaxy.

And while the former AC Milan superstar has always played down reports about his future, the £56million summer 2009 signing is likely to discuss his situation with the club.

Kaka, who has three years left on his contract, told ESPN Brasil: "The future doesn't worry me at the moment.

"I'll keep doing my work to help Real Madrid and then we'll see what happens. I'm not used to not playing but I'll talk with the board when we have to talk."

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