Every club on the planet has been alerted… Kaka is opting to move out of Real Madrid. The news of Kaka’s entrance in the football market has sent English Premier League clubs into frenzy.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are lining ups bids for the Brazil international along with lucrative contract offers in hopes of luring the midfielder.
The news of Kaka availability spread around in the media like bushfire in the Outback. The news broke out after Sao Paulo President Paulo de Jesus Lopes announced that Kaka was willing to move to an English Premier League club this summer.
Kaka, who used to play for Sao Paulo from 2001-2003, has often been linked with moves to English Premier League clubs. However, the deals never went through due to transfer fee issues.
The closest Kaka came to a move an English Premier League club was in 2009, when Manchester City offered a stunning £100 million to AC Milan for Kaka. However, Kaka preferred a move to Real Madrid instead of Manchester City.
Nonetheless, now the Brazilian star will be ready to move to Manchester City if the club puts up a bid for him. The 30-yaer-old attacking midfielder rejuvenated his career at Real Madrid last season. He also picked up his first La Liga title.
Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is an avid admirer of Kaka, but the former Chelsea manager is looking to cut down on aging players in his squad. Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea won’t mind adding a veteran like Kaka to their squad.
As a matter of fact, Kaka would not only help with the team on field but it would also help the club with sales.
According to the Sao Paulo President Paulo de Jesus Lopes Kaka is unhappy with his stay in Spain. Apparently, Kaka wants to clock more time on the field.
“Kaka has decided to quit Madrid,” Paulo de Jesus Lopes said in an interview to O’Globo. “He believes that England or remaining in Spain would be two interesting destinations for him. Sao Paulo can't afford him as his price-tag is astronomical and out of the reality of Brazilian football.”
Kaka can be the x-factor for any team, which is why top notch English Premier League clubs are ready to place a bid on the Real Madrid ace.