Milan's Kaka has been subject of a transfer to Chelsea. The news is that new Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has his sights set on completing a record move of 100 million Euros for the Brazilian who made his national debut when Scolari was Brazil manager.
Kaka's agent fuelled the speculation by saying that Kaka would play at Chelsea, saying that the Blues are investing cash and want to win everything. And Kaka himself said that his future is still unclear.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani made it clear that Kaka is not for sale and that Chelsea's record-breaking bid has been rejected by the Rossoneri.
Kaka is seen as a hero at Milan; he is currently the best player in the Milan squad, and the fans would certainly want him to stay. Having already seen the Andriy Shevchenko move from Milan to Chelsea turn into an awful deal for both the London club and player, Kaka should think twice before moving from a team where he is seen as a hero to the three-time English Premier League winners.
Scolari seems to want everyone; and I can't blame him. With a 250 million Pound budget, he can buy pretty much every good footballer he wants. Chelsea already have many options in midfield; with Deco, Michael Ballack, Inter-target Frank Lampard, and Michael Essien, it is hard to imagine a team with those midfielders plus Kaka, all who play in the center.
Kaka might be set for a switch to Chelsea:
- Would it be a good move for Kaka? Can Ronaldinho fill his gap-if he leaves?
- Can Kaka take his magic to the tough Premier League?
- Isn't a 100 million offer too good to refuse even for arguably the best footballer in the world?
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