Kaka will not leave Milan

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Brazilian playmaker Kaka has insisted that he wants to spend the rest of his career with Milan.

Brazilian star will continue to shine at the San Siro

Brazilian playmaker Kaka has insisted that he wants to spend the rest of his career with Milan. The current World Player of the Year agreed a new contract extension with the Italian giants on Friday which will keep him at the club until 2013. He has found himself continuously linked with a move to Real Madrid in the past, but having already enjoyed five successful years at the San Siro he has now expressed his desire to see out his playing days with the Rossoneri.

Ambitions

"Last year the Milan Channel asked me if I wanted to stay for life and on that occasion I didn't have the confidence and drive (to commit myself) I have today," he told the Milan Channel. "Today I can say it. I want to stay with the Rossoneri for all of my career. I want to stay for life. "This is my fifth season at Milan and I want to become a symbol, a standard-bearer and one day a captain of this club."

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