Kaka has again committed himself to Real Madrid and described his rapport with Merengues Coach Jose Mourinho as 'professional.'
The playmaker, in the U.S.A to represent Brazil in a friendly against Colombia tonight, gave an interview to The Journal discussing his situation in the Spanish capital.
“I have a contract with Madrid for two and a half years and I hope to stay there and enjoy my football,” he began.
“My relationship with the Coach is very professional, I respect his decisions. We have competition in this group and that is normal. [Mesut] Ozil is a player who I respect as a companion, a player and a friend. And that's what the competition is like at a great club like Madrid.
“I can contribute my technical skills, and my experience and maturity now too. I have had ten years of professional contribution but believe I can give more for Madrid and the Selecao.”
Kaka appeared to be winning Mourinho over earlier in the season but has made just seven appearances in total, four of them from the bench.
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