Transfer talk

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.

5 responses so far
  • Juice // April 2, 2009 at 1:30 pm

    Kaka is good move for Madrid.
    Go Kaka…Go Madrid.

    i wud love to see Kaka-Diara combination in the mid field.

  • Ish // April 2, 2009 at 11:54 pm

    Surprise, Surprise! NOT !!

    Kaka will live to regret not moving to Manchester City. He could have been the catalyst for great times at Eastlands. The City machine will not be denied though.

    The future is bright and it is definitely BLUE.

  • Moonarmy // April 3, 2009 at 7:09 am



  • Rick // April 3, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    Haven’t you learned that the Spanish papers make up crap to sell newspapers? We went through all this same nonsense when Real Madrid’s new president was promising the fans Kaka a couple of years ago. One of the Spanish papers completely made up an interview with Kaka out of thin air. Anyone who fails to take what’s printed in the Spanish football press with a grain of salt is a fool. They take a simple comment about Kaka’s health and they toss in a bunch of crap about Kaka supposedly being unhappy for this reason or that (both of which he has repeatedly made it clear are not true) to create a bunch of hoopla and unsettle Kaka. I don’t know. Maybe they think if they print this crap long enough it will come true. But mostly they just want to sell newspapers with no regard for any journalistic standards.

  • derry // April 4, 2009 at 9:22 am

    Ah yes – the loyal one continues showing that god-fearing, good christian loyalty with a side swipe at the club he loves and wishes to stay with.


    With Real Madrid looking like they are set to try and land Kaka and rumours of an alleged £75m bid in place for the other Ronaldo -where’s the hue and cry from the press now?

    The silence from the press is deafening!!!

    Who’s ripping the heart out of football at these prices??


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