KAKA WOULD BE WELCOMED
December 21, 2012
The LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane has said that he would welcome the possibility of the club signing the Brazilian midfielder Kaka in the January transfer window. LA Galaxy have recently lost the services of a star name in the form of David Beckham after the former England international decided not to renew his contract with the MLS club due to his search for a new challenge. As a result, it is thought that the club will be interested in the possibility of signing a star name in order to fill the quota. The Brazilian midfielder Kaka has been linked with many clubs across the world.
Now, LA Galaxy have also joined in the list of clubs interested in securing his services. The former AC Milan midfielder has endured a difficult time at the Santiago Bernabeu due to a succession of poor form and injuries. As a result, it is thought that the Spanish club will be interested in the possibility of letting the player leaves in order to compensate his huge wages. Kaka is currently earning around £ 12 million per season, which is a huge weight on the club. The manager José Mourinho is of the opinion that he can bring an another player for this wage bill.
“If we want to – as a team and an organisation – to push on and be the best that we can, to attract players like Kaka would be brilliant. Someone like Kaka was only voted one of the best players in the world a few years ago. We welcome anyone with his stature and his ability to the Galaxy, but ultimately it’s down to the boss,” said the former Aston Villa and Tottenham striker Robbie Keane. LA Galaxy recently managed to win the second MLS title of the David Beckham era.