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Kaka is on the verge of returning to the club that made him in Europe, according to The Guardian, so talk has already started as to how the Rossoneri can accommodate him.
Much talk has centred on a bizarre suggestion from some that the Brazilian could be deployed as a regista, or in other words, Milan's deepest centre midfielder.
This seems to be wide of the mark, as Kaka has a lot more in his locker that Milan could use in the more advanced areas.
With the Real Madrid star assisting more than he ever has, totalling a career-high 14 last season, Kaka would be the most logical move to enhance Milan's chances of Champions League football for next season.
Talk of Mario Balotelli joining Milan this month, according to The Telegraph, is all well and good, but Adriano Galliani should make Kaka the priority.
As documented in the first slide, Giampaolo Pazzini is flourishing right now and Stephan El Shaarawy once led the Capocannoniere charts this season, so goals are not the main problem for Milan in an attacking sense.
The fluidity in the development of the attacks and the vision and creativity are lacking, which leads me to believe that Kaka would instantly enhance the performances of everybody around him.
Whether that would be with Robinho, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Bojan Krkic or the emerging M'Baye Niang as a right winger and Kaka tucked in behind the front three—a logical move against the weaker opposition in the league—or initially as that right winger, moving into the middle and allowing Pazzini and El Shaarawy to shuffle across to form a diamond formation, Kaka would immediately enhance this side.