Brazil head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said he was not impressed by the performance of Kaka in the Milan derby.
Scolari went to San Siro Sunday to see Inter beat Milan 1-0 thanks to a late Rodrigo Palacio goal, and he found Kaka did not perform as he hoped for, reported Xinhua.
"I came to take a look at the Brazilians, but they played normal," Scolari said. "Kaka didn't have a great game, he wasn't bad but he didn't shine either."
The Brazil coach said he could not assure Kaka of a spot in his squad for the next years World Cup tournament.
"I don't know if I will call up Kaka for the World Cup. I came to look at him and Inter's Jonathan and Juan Jesus," he said.
"There are still six months left until the World Cup and there is time to evaluate the squad," he added.