World and European Player of the year, Kaka would struggle to make the first team at Real Madrid, according to the Spanish club’s president.
“The (Real) team is very complete and it would be difficult to make it better,” Ramon Calderon told a Madrid radio station Tuesday.
“I might appear arrogant, but Kaka would perhaps not have a place in the current Real Madrid team.”
Before being elected president of Real last year, Calderon had promised to sign Kaka, and following his clean sweep at this year’s major awards, the Brazilian’s stock has risen in the past 18 months.
The Brazilian is expected to extend his contract with Milan until 2012 or 2013, according to Spanish and Italian media.