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Man City Will Sign Kaka In The Summer

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Speculation surrounding Brazilian and AC Milan attacking midfielder Kaka will come to an end when, in the summer of 2009 Manchester City will finally get their man.

City owners and Mark Hughes have become increasingly frustrated by the way certain clubs are treating the Eastlands club during the present January transfer window, however it is thought ADUG have had enough and will blow the summer transfer window out of the water by offering the Italian club a pot of money they simply cannot refuse.



Transfer figures mentioned in the press are currently topping a wacky 100million, although not even the mega-rich Abu Dhabi consortium will pay a figure even close to that.

Fellow Brazilian and summer signing Robinho is known to be keeping in touch with his fellow compatriot, and reports suggest Kaka is very interesting in joining the City revolution.

How much will Manchester City pay for one of the best players in the world? Who knows, but expect Kaka to be on a weekly salary many of us out there in the real world could only dream of.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 12 2009

Time: 4:46PM

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Strong rumours suggest the deal is all but a certainty.
Tudor
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12/01/2009 16:51:00

Certainly not a hughes signing. That's more like it but what would happen with RSC and Bellamy??!!
Johnny Baguette
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12/01/2009 17:09:00

Dont think i really believe allthe 'Agent Hughes' stuff,but to add a conspiracy theory,is hughes trying to sign all his mates Bellamy,RSC,Bridge with the intention of 'jobs for the boys' big payouts and large wages even if hughes stays or goes???? my opinion for what its worth is forget everyone we have been linked to and buy cannavaro(whatever it takes and trust me hed come)this reduces the need to buy a keeper as he will breathe new life into hart!! make an excellent captain and mentor,steady the defence and also be a relatively short term signing which would be great as we build the defence over the next few seasons! as for midfielders well how about a punt on david Banege(who is a good friend of zablettas) young gifted argentinian and allegedly avaliable!! discuss!!
italia7482
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12/01/2009 17:40:00

think you guys are dreaming not even chelski could lure kaka in recent seasons with all their billions and at least chelski can guarantee champions league and domestic tropheys, city havnt a prayer, the only club kaka would sign for is real madrid, he has said on numerous occasions that england does not interest him, y would he change his mind to join city???? cos teams like real madris chelsea and united could match any wages city are gonna offer, so the likes of bellamy and rsc is about citys level, remember your place in the food chain!!!
glen9mullan
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12/01/2009 18:21:00

brought them out of the woodwork this article. brilliant. We talk about transfer targets, if this was summer and we were talking Bellamy and Parker, I would be very disappointed in Mr Hughes, this story if true is a boost for us all. We still need to strengthen the squad and hope that we dont go back for Bellamy who in my opinion is not worth half the 9m we have been quoted as offering.
Buzz Lightyear
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12/01/2009 18:50:00

If Kaka ever became available, there would a lot of teams ahead of you in the queue. I'm afraid you're kidding yourselves if you think this will happen. No offence, there's nothing wrong with ambition, but why on earth would he choose you over the likes of Chelsea, United, Barcelona and Real Madrid?
toffeetower
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12/01/2009 19:05:00

Because once we get over this hiccup we have the money to pay these players. Unlike some clubs that are getting rid of young upcoming players so they can cut costs
Doody
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12/01/2009 19:21:00

toffeetower, in the rich footie owners list, there is no-one ahead of us.
Buzz Lightyear
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12/01/2009 20:21:00

He's after one last pay day.....
Saul1
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12/01/2009 21:39:00

sod the summer......( for now at least ).....I am more concerned about us making some "decent" signings NOW....in Jan....
lincolnblue
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13/01/2009 07:34:00

buzz lightyear, it doesnt matter if you have more money, city have no tradition and are not a big club, when blavkburn was the richest club in the world in the early 90's you didnt see the likes of ronaldo, ronaldinho, zidane, rivaldo signing for them, they bought players like le saux, sherwood, warhurst, it doewsnt matter how much money your club has the bottom line is players want to be associated with the biggest clubs not the richest, chelsea attracted players with their billions because they are in the capital, arsenal are a massive club but dont often buy the superstars, even man united have missed out on players like ronaldihno and zidane in the past because they didnt want to live in the north, so city in all honesty have no chance of luring these players and robinho wont stay long either, thats why your targets are parker bellamy. do you think city would spend so much on these players if they were stop gap players???? i dont think so, so far all city have bought is someone elses reserves in wright phillips, bridge, robinho city will never be a serious contender despite the money they have, cos they are only buying other teams cast offs. Bellamy???? liverpool and newcastle soon kicked him into touch, parker again chelsea and newcastle reject, if this is city being lead into the promised land its ridiculas, and i hope city do splash the cash in the direction of these so called poorer clubs for average players,as it will give them clubs more money to unearth more bargains and players that can make an impact.
glen9mullan
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13/01/2009 11:32:00

KAKA will never join only one player who doen's run after money.I have enormous respect for him & I strongly do believe he will not join you.If he did I will lost all the respect for him.He is the only on different.REAL Madrid , Chelsea all failed to lure him & remember when he was rumoured the sum was some thing like this.NO ONE RICHER THAN US AH THAT FOOLISHNESSS.So what? Guys its a matter of Million u might have a 15 bn owner with his Company(Owned by many other Kings) worth some trillion.But transfer some is 100 million.There are at least 3 to 4 clubs who can compete easily if they want.It makes 1000 million to a billion.LOL GUYS Just because u signed Robinho doesn't mean that u will out bid every one.We still have Roman who has multi billions.Even if reports are true (Th figure idi show fake!) 6 bn that is 6000 million.Don't u think we can compete with u with that amount amount of money?We are not spending ok but money is still there to spend.Even Spurs spend nearly 70 million in this season.LOL Inter,Real,Barca all capable of buying him even MANU.How far will u go? A Billion well u certainly can go that far but every thing in the world has some limit.KEEP DREAMING GUYS.KAKA IN CHAMPIONSHIP LOL LOL
Saimon_blues
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13/01/2009 18:23:00

gOOD TO SEE atleast some of you have some common sense.http://www.manchestercity.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=3252
Saimon_blues
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13/01/2009 18:28:00

Excuse me... City have no tradition! Thats spitting on my family name my friend because not only has City got a tradition, my grandad Fred Tilson was one of City's players to make City have a very good tradition so shut your mouth and get your facts straight! Actually if you look at all the big clubs, you see them on rich list in football? Chelsea were average before money, we may look average now but things will change, we have money and soon will be a big club... So superstar players like Kaka, Robinho (Friend of Kaka I may add) realise that...
mcfcthriller
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13/01/2009 18:33:00

lets get it straight city have won nothing for decades and in football terms they are a long way way from doing so!!!!!!! in the last 20 years they have yo yo'd up and down the divisions, Robinho went for the money no doubt about it, but the best players in the worlds are motivated by tropheys and the glamour surrounding clubs, city have no glammer and will always be in uniteds shadow, they go through managers more than most clubs and have no continuity within their squad, no players like messi torres and especially kaka would consider city, and he has said today he would rather stay at milan than play for city, money is not everything, and when the arabs get bored i hope city have a backup plan or you boys could end up doing a leeds and dissapearing into the wilderness of the lower divisions, all good things come to an end, many clubs in the past have had money thrown at them and won nothing and are now in serious financial difficulties, so before city fans shout their mouths off lets remember your closer to relagation than europe, you havent won anything for a long long time, you have only signed the players that were reserves at there respective clubs, money does not make you a big club, just ask fulham blackburn wolves and newcastle fans who have all had more money than most in the ninetys when football teams were not toys and between them only blackburn can boast winning a trophey and now they cant compete with teams like wigan and stoke in the transfer market. You need a serious reality check. Yes its great for you guys to dream of many great players being linked with your club, and im sure some really good players will be sighned, but they will not be the superstars of the world, onew last point, Real madrid about 5 years ago had all the best players in the worls the so called galaticos, but guess how many tropheys they won before being broken up???? thats right none
glen9mullan
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14/01/2009 19:26:00

 

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