Brazil international Kaka says he wants to quit Real Madrid before the close of the transfer window for a club where he could get regular football.
With Mesut Ozil, Luka Modric and new £23m signing from Malaga, Isco, in contention with Kaka for a first-team shirt at the Bernebeu, the 2007 World Footballer of the Year does not fancy his chances in coach Carlo Ancelotti’s team for the next season.
“The club knows I want to leave and I would like them to help me find a solution for my exit,” he said.
“Things are difficult for me here, there is less room in the squad all the time.
“I am ready everyday to train and work but that does not mean that I am happy.”
Kaka, who cost Real £56m AC Milan, also ruled out the prospect of returning to his home country Brazil.
“I cannot go to Brazil because the market is closed, the exit would be within Europe,” he said.
“I don’t want to talk about clubs because I have none at this stage,” Kaka added.
The 31-year-old started his career at Sao Paulo before moving to Milan where he won the Ballon d’Or and Fifa World Player of the Year award.