Kaka paraded on San Siro pitch at half time of AC Milan's 5-1 win over Austria Vienna... as legend reveals he's been offered role as director at former club

  • Kaka made an appearance at half time of AC Milan's 5-1 win over Austria Vienna
  • The Brazilian said Milan chief Marco Fassone offered him a role as club director
  • Andre Silva and Patrick Cutrone both scored twice in Milan's Europa League win
  • Kaka has yet to decide whether to retire from football after leaving Orlando City

Kaka made an appearance at the San Siro on Thursday night as the AC Milan legend returned to his former stomping ground at half time of their win over Austria Vienna.

The Brazilian was paraded in front of the home supporters at the San Siro midway through Milan's comfortable 5-1 Europa League victory.?

Kaka earlier revealed he'd been offered a role as director at the club by Milan chief Marco Fassone but was still yet to decide on whether to accept.

Kaka applauds supporters at the San Siro as AC Milan chief Marco Fassone (left) watches on

Kaka applauds supporters at the San Siro as AC Milan chief Marco Fassone (left) watches on

'I spoke with Fassone, I still haven't decided whether to keep playing or not,' Kaka said. 'That said, to have the chance to become a Milan director is special for me'.?

Ex-Real Madrid star Kaka is currently without a club after leaving Orlando City in October, following three seasons with the MLS side.??

Milan fell behind to Christoph Monschein's 21st-minute strike on Thursday after a combination of mistakes from Leonardo Bonucci and Gianluigi Donnarumma.?

However they equalised just six minutes later through Ricardo Rodriguez before Andre Silva and Patrick Cutrone strikes saw them establish a 3-1 lead at the interval.?

Kaka was paraded at the San Siro during half time of their Europa League clash on Thursday

Kaka was paraded at the San Siro during half time of their Europa League clash on Thursday

AC Milan came from behind to thrash Austria Vienna 5-1 and qualify for the knockout stages

AC Milan came from behind to thrash Austria Vienna 5-1 and qualify for the knockout stages

Cutrone and Silva both netted again in the second half as Milan secured qualification for the knockout stages in style against the Austrians. ?

Milan have endured a mixed start to the season in Serie A after a summer of new arrivals raised expectations they could challenge for the title.?

Vincenzo Montella's side currently sit seventh in the table with 19 points from 13 matches played, leaving the Milan manager's position is under scrutiny.?

Kaka won the Serie A title and the Champions League with Milan. He played for the?Rossoneri for seven seasons across two separate spells.?

Milan's Portuguese striker Andre Silva helped himself to a brace against the Austrians?

Milan's Portuguese striker Andre Silva helped himself to a brace against the Austrians?

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