Inzaghi: Kaká will retire as a Rossonero

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AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi does not expect team-mate Kaká to leave Italy for the Premier League, despite comments made by the 2007 Ballon d'Or winner earlier this week.

The Brazilian superstar told Sky Sports News on Thursday that he would be tempted by a move to the Premier League, and admitted having spoken to Brazil colleagues Robinho and Elano about Manchester City.

Kaká has been consistently linked with a move to England, with Chelsea and City reported to be the favourites to land him.

However, Inzaghi is confident Kaká will stay at the San Siro and expects the 26-year-old to finish his career with the Rossoneri.

"I can't see Kaká in any other jersey," Inzaghi told Sky Italia. "He's loved by everyone and he adores the atmosphere he works in. I know what he thinks about Milan; for that reason I'm calm.

"He only said he admires the Premier League. Between that and actually going to play there though, there's a lot.

"You'll see, he'll do what I'm doing: he will also end his career in the Rossonero shirt."

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