"Kaka Is Not For Sale!" Says Galliani

Samuel DieudonneCorrespondent IMarch 20, 2009

PORTSMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 27:  Kaka of AC Milan looks on during the UEFA Cup Group E match between Portsmouth and AC Milan at Fratton Park on November 27, 2008 in Portsmouth, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

After the turmoil caused in Milan after the fans heard that Manchester City's lucrative offer for their star playmaker was being considered, Real Madrid apparently haven't taken a lesson from that and are apparently now ready to rekindle their interest in the player once more.

But Adriano Galliani—aka Uncle Fester—declared that A.C Milan despite all the chaos and financial trouble they've endured this season will not be selling Kaka or any of their other main stars but instead will be looking to trim the squad, decrease player salaries and invest in youth in what he says will be a "very different transfer market campaign in the summer."

After so many injuries destructed the team's Scudetto hopes their were fears that Milan's star players like Kaka, Pirlo, and Pato would go running if considerable offers were made but the Manchester City saga brought us all to reality and made us notice just how hard it is for clubs little and small to tempt players away from Milanello.

According to various reports from Marca and Gazzeta Dello Sport, Real Madrid were planning a future dream team that would see Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo in midfield while being coached under Carlo Ancelotti current under pressure manager of the Rossonerri. according to the reports a bid of over £50 mil would be put up to acquire the Brazilian star man.

After being questioned about the rumors by various journalist, Galliani simply said, ''Kaka is not for sale.'' There couldn't have been a better way to put it.