Kaka Poised to Move to Real Madrid From AC Milan For £56million

Daniel GoochAnalyst IJune 3, 2009

ROME, ITALY - FEBRUARY 01:  Kaka of AC Milan celebrates after scoring the 3:0 goal during the Serie A match between SS Lazio and AC Milan at the Stadio Olimpico on February 01, 2009 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by New Press/Getty Images)

Kaka is tipped to move to the Spanish giants Real Madrid for a record £56million as AC Milan are struggling to keep him on their side.

The star midfielder was also reported to have had talks with FA Cup winners, Chelsea. When Ancelotti was appointed manager of Chelsea, one of his aims was to bring Kaka with him to England. Manchester City also tried to snatch him up, but Kaka rejected a £100million deal to move to Manchester.

AC Milan's owner, Silvio Berlusconi, has said it will be hard to turn down the offer because of the amount of money in it for the club:

"I don't know if we'll be able to keep Kaka because they have offered him so much money."

Kaka's father/agent has claimed Real sealed the deal for the Brazilian star.

Kaka has had a good season in Italy, scoring 15 goals in 30 games. He is an asset to the Milan team, and if he goes it will be difficult to get someone to replace him.

Which ever team he joins (if any) will have a star player on their side and will better their performance.