Madrid, July 12 (ANI): Real Madrid's Kaka has welcomed Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo into the 'Los Galacticos' confident that Ronaldo can single-handedly turn a match around.
"Ronaldo's signing was a surprise because it happened so fast. Any team needs a player who can decide a match, and he's one of them," The Daily Star quoted Kaka, as saying.
Kaka also remarked about his stature in the club, saying that he would not wear Zidane's number five jersey, as it would be a huge responsibility for any of them to match what Zidane has done for Real Madrid over the years.
The Brazilian star also admitted that his transfer from Milan made sense and it would have been foolish if Milan had rejected Madrid's offer.
"The credit crunch hit a lot of clubs in football and it was no different for Milan. It was the best thing for both sides for Milan to accept Real's offer. Milan had never received such a large offer for a player and it would be crazy not to listen," Kaka said.
"Milan and I always did things in agreement, from my arrival to my departure. I hope Real's money will help Milan remain a competitive club," he added. (ANI)