Kaka insults Milan, paves the way for Real Madrid move
Brazilian takes a swipe at his employer
Kaka has never said he wishes to leave AC Milan, and admitted that he only entertained the prospect of a ludicrous transfer to Manchester City as he “respected” the wishes of his club.
Despite his desire to stay in the fashion capital, the Brazilian’s growing discontent with the powers that be at the Rossoneri is becoming clear.
Following Brazil’s 3-0 World Cup Qualifier victory over Peru, the one who belongs to Jesus took a pot shot at his club for failing to adequately deal with his recent injury:
“In six days with the Brazilian team doctors I have improved more than in five weeks with those of Milan.”
The comment will certainly anger the Milanese side, who pride themselves on their phenomenal training resources and fastidious injury treatments.
Sport claim Kaka is still unhappy that Milan tried to sell him in the transfer window, and that the arrival of Ronaldinho bothered him.
The Spanish paper also report that ha has no time for Silvio Berlusconi’s policy of bringing in world class players in the autumn years of their careers.
Prospective Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez is very good friends with Milan vice president Adriano Galliani, and Perez has made no secret of his willingness to sanction a huge summer bid for Kaka.
Sport therefore believe that the excellent relationship between Galliani and Perez means that the Brazilian superstar will be playing in white next season.