Former Stars Thiago Silva & Kaka Sad Because Of Milan Crisis


Both Brazil internationals have admitted to be surprised by the struggles of former club Milan this season…

PSG’s defender Thiago Silva and Real Madrid’s midfielder Kaka have spoken about the unhappiness regarding their former side Milan, right after the Brazil-Colombia superclash.

The two stars have featured in Brazil’s 1000 jubilee match, and few moments later they both commented Milan’s current crisis situation giving their full support and best wishes.

“It’s not easy to judge from the outside, but I’ve never seen a Milan side like this,” he told the Gazzetta dello Sport. It is certainly not Milan-like to lose six of their first 12 League games. I hope they can pick themselves up”, said Thiago Silva.

The Brazilian was one of the many big name players to leave the Diavolo this summer, but he’s still a fan.

“I’ll always be a supporter of the Rossoneri because I was really happy at that club,” he commented.

As far Kaka is concerned, he has once again come up with a wonder-way to make the fans proud and bring their hopes back on.

“I’m sorry that they have been in this difficult situation. I am sure that it will all change very soon and Milan will start performing well both in Serie A and Champions League.”

The 30-year-old midfielder has always been the Achilles’ heel of the Italian giant and for that reason, he has been linked to San Siro return for a countless number of times.

“Remember, Milan will always be Milan”.

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