KAKA MIGHT LEAVE
June 27, 2012
Real Madrid midfielder Kaka looks set to finally bring an end to his stay at the Santiago Bernebeu after admitting that he could leave the Spanish club in the summer. The former AC Milan midfielder has struggled with a lot of injury problems since his then-world record £ 62 million move from the Italian club a few seasons ago. He has been largely overshadowed by the £ 80 million striker Cristiano Ronaldo. The significant number of knee troubles he has faced in the last couple of seasons has also not helped the matter for the Brazilian. He has now lost his place in the international team as well.
There has been a lot of speculation linking him with a move to Chelsea when there were managed by former AC Milan manager Carlo Ancelotti. Since the departure of the Italian, Kaka has been increasingly linked with a move to French club PSG. They seem to be the destination as the days pass due to the fact that they remain the only club with the financial muscle of being able to afford a player like Kaka. The 30-year-old is coming to the end of his career, and he has revealed the possibility of playing at the club back in Brazil in the near future.
“It is possible that I could leave Madrid this summer. I don’t know yet. If this was to be the case then I would want to play for another big European club and try to win titles again. Then I’d like to finish my career in Brazil,” said Kaka in response to the questions regarding his future. Despite his problems, he is expected to cost around £ 30 million. He is also currently one of the top earning football players in the world right now.