The former AC Milan, Kaka, the Rossoneri optimistic, nicknamed AC Milan to beat Juventus.
Thus, the red-black team can return to the Champions League.
AC Milan will travel to Juventus headquarters in Serie A, the highest caste of the Italian League.
According to the plan, the duel at the Allianz Stadium will take place on Monday (10/5/2021) in the morning WIB.
This match is very crucial for both teams in trying to win Champions League tickets next season.
Milan is temporarily in fourth place (the last position of the Champions League zone) with a collection of 69 points from 34 matches that have been played.
Similar points are also held by Juventus (third place) and Atalanta (second place).
Unlike Inter Milan, which has sealed the Serie A trophy, the three teams are in an unsafe position in trying to win a Champions League ticket.
Because Napoli and Lazio continue to follow. Napoli in fifth place is only two points behind, while Lazio is five points adrift.
Ahead of this fight, Kaka gave his opinion. The Brazilian playmaker believes Milan can beat Juventus so that they can take part again on the Champions League stage.
“I am concerned that Milan will not be able to return,” said Kaka through Milan’s official channel, Twitch.
“I can’t wait to see Milan return to this competition. They are close at hand.”
“Now there are games against Juve and Andrea Pirlo. Milan can win this match, they can go back to the Champions League.”
“I hope so and good luck to all Milan fans.”
Talking about the Champions League, Kaka has sweet memories with Milan.
The winner of the World Cup and Ballon d’Or trophies helped the Rossoneri win the 2006-07 Champions League when he was the competition’s top scorer.
Kaka joined AC Milan from Sao Paolo in August 2003.
He was sold to Real Madrid in July 2009 before returning to the San Siro on a free transfer in September 2013.
Unfortunately, Kaka’s second period with Milan did not go smoothly. Finally, he left for free to join Orland City SC on the MLS stage.
The playmaker decided to hang up his shoes or retire in December 2017.