Jose Mourinho believes that a move from Real Madrid to Milan would be a 'good solution' for Kaka.
The Brazilian was all set to re-join the Italian club last week on a two-year loan deal, but the move fell through because of 'fiscal reasons', according to the Rossoneri's vice-President Adriano Galliani.
However, the Portuguese Coach has insisted that a return to San Siro may be good for the 30-year-old playmaker.
“We have not seen the best of Kaka at Real Madrid,” he told Rai Sport. “Most of all I want to see Kaka happy, and I think going back to Milan would be a good solution.
“But for now though, he is a player of Madrid.”
The former Inter tactician also revealed that he would not rule out a return to Serie A, as well as commenting on who he believes could win the Champions League.
“I want at least another 20 years in football. And in that time anything could happen. I could come back to Inter, why not?
“I think Juventus are a great team,” he added. “It would be easy for them to say that this season is their first in the Champions League and they are over-achieving.
“But from the outset, I've always said that Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and Juventus could win the Champions League.”
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