The Brazilian, now a director at Paris Saint-Germain, played for the Rossoneri before becoming their Coach in 2009-10.
“I thought I’d stay at Milan for the rest of my career,” the South American told the Gazzetta dello Sport’s Extra Time. “I’d never go back there after arguing with Berlusconi.
“In Brazil, we say that who hits forgets, but who gets hit doesn’t. For me, Milan is not Berlusconi – it is an international asset.
“The ideal club would have [Inter’s] Massimo Moratti as President, with [Milan Vice-President] Adriano Galliani as a director.”