Kaka doesn’t know how long he continues playing in Brazil.
The 32-year old, whose parent club is Orlando City, is currently at Sao Paulo on loan till January.
There have been rumours that his loan period would be extended, but, the player himself did not drop any strong hints that he was going to stay in his motherland.
In an interview yesterday, when Kaka was asked about the chances of loan extension, he said, “I don’t have any idea. To be honest, it’s not me who is going to make the call in that regard. It’s up to the two clubs to have a chat and reach a conclusion. It’s also important to see where Sao Paulo finishes the season.”
It’s believed if Sao Paulo makes it to Copa Libertadores, they would definitely try and push for the extension of Kaka’s loan.
At this point of time, Sao Paulo is at the second position in the Brazilian top tier. With 18 wins and 9 draws, they have secured 67 points.
Just four weeks are remaining for the season to end there in Brazil and if Sao Paulo doesn’t play really bad football in that period, they should definitely be in top 4 at the end of the season and if they are, they would be in next season’s Copa Libertadores.
However, the Copa Sudamericana title would get Sao Paulo to Copa Libertadores anyway. They have already reached the Round of 8 in Sudamericana.
So, it’s very much possible that the Tricolor would be playing in the 2015 Libertadores and that means Kaka’s chances of staying in Brazil are quite high too.
So far during his 6-month long spell at Morumbi, Kaka has shaken the net two times in the 20 matches that he has featured in.