Kaka is a world-class midfielder, former Ballon d'Or winner and a true football legend. But despite all these things, Chelsea should stay away from him.
CFC was heavily linked with the Kaka in the early summer when a deal to bring him to West London looked inevitable, with Jose Mourinho preferring Mesut Ozil to the Brazilian, and with him wanting more regular football.
Obviously, the transfer never happened, and it's a good thing for our club that it didn't.
Kaka is a good player, and even though he seems to have found his way back into Mourinho's plans at Real Madrid, the fact of the matter is he's almost 30 years old and on the decline. His injuries have hurt his playing, and it shows.
Not to mention, a move for Kaka would be very costly; Real Madrid payed €56 million for him in 2009 when he moved to the Spanish capital from AC Milan, and even if they did want to offload him in the near future, they'd doubtless be looking to be recoup a majority of that sum from his sale. On top of that, his wages are astronomical—rumored to be in the area of €220,000 a week.
That's just too much money to shell out on an inconsistent, injury-prone player.