Inzaghi welcomes Kaka return
The 30-year-old is not in Jose Mourinho’s plans for the new season and is set to leave Real Madrid with Milan named as one of the possible destinations alongside Major League Soccer outfit New York Red Bulls.
Kaka joined the Rossoneri in 2003 from Brazilian side Sao Paulo and starred for the side until 2009 when he left to sign for Madrid.
"As a Milanista, his possible return gives me goosebumps," Inzaghi told Milan Channel.
"Ricky (Kaka) is missed by all; everyone knows what he did for these colours.
"If he's well (injury-wise), he can give us an important lift.
“However, it is a personal choice, so we'll see what happens. But I'd be happy if he returns."
Inzaghi recently hung up his boots, ending a lucrative career which includes long spells at Juventus and Milan, and the 38-year-old says he is looking forward to grooming future talent for the Rossoneri.
"I cannot wait to get started," he said. "I want to transmit all my desire and passion to the young players I coach.
"When you have had passion in your work for many years it is easier to get certain things across to the youngsters.”