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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