Real Madrid Transfer News: Kaka Says He Wants to Leave Los Blancos
The Spanish paper AS reported the news on Thursday via Twitter:
Real Madrid's Kaká, speaking after the 4-0 win over Deportivo: “I want to leave. I think it’s the best thing for me and for the club.”— AS English (@English_AS) August 29, 2013
UPDATE: Thursday, Aug. 29
From CNN's Tancredi Palmeri:
Kaka's spokesman confirms he wants to play for Milan, and it is up to Milan to negotiate with Real Madrid— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) August 29, 2013
Kaka's comments came after the club's latest victory and will force Los Blancos to explore their options.
The 31-year-old has yet to record a goal or an assist through two fixtures in the 2013-14 season, but he did have five goals and eight assists for the club in 17 matches last season.
He isn't a prolific scorer, but the midfielder certainly adds valuable skills to any team. He uses his vision to start attacks and uses his great passing ability to create scoring opportunities for his teammates.
Kaka has been with Real Madrid since 2009 and represents Brazil in international competition as well. He has 23 goals and 21 assists in his career during La Liga play.
Real Madrid only have a couple of days before the transfer window closes, so they will need to act quickly if they are going to grant Kaka's request.
The club finished second in La Liga last season and have started this season 2-0 thanks to a pair of one-goal victories.
Real Madrid have already been in the news recently in their pursuit for Tottenham star Bale. Sky Sports reported that talks between the two clubs have stalled, and the world-record deal may not happen.
After losing out on one star, the club may end up losing one of their current players. Kaka wants out of Madrid, and Real Madrid have to make a quick decision on his request.
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