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BREAKING NEWS**UPDATE**

AC MILAN TV are reporting that they have received a bid for Kaka, and they are considering whether to accept the bid.

The Fee is reported to be around £110 million pounds.

I know this guy is good but £110 million pounds?

Still very exciting though.

Further news coming from the possible deal has now reached the media. Kaka has now been allowed to speak to Man City and his dad is expected to speak to the club soon.

This is really why i'm a City fan. The excitement is almost as thrilling as sex.



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Writer:amcollinz
Date:Thursday January 15 2009
Time: 7:00PM

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If we meet Kaka's conditions, this could happen, but will others follow?
Buzz Lightyear
15/01/2009 19:30:00
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Wow,I'm surprised someone who'd post a comment like that actually knows how to type.........
CoxintheBox
15/01/2009 19:59:00
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Arsenal_1 u daft racist I hope you get booted off here, no room in football for people like you. Say Kaka is really 'worth' 30-35 million. How much does it take to get a player like him, mid-season? At least 3 times his value. It would be the same with a player such as Bellamy, worth about 3 million, yet we have to pay more than 10 to get him (although I hope we don't). Its all about ratios to get these players who clubs want to keep. You know all about that at arsenal with your massive fees poaching youngsters at 15 and 16. Come on Kaka!
darryl28
15/01/2009 20:19:00
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I have always had my doubts about the type of person who would support Arsenal but having read the above posting I am now in no doubt Please stay away from our site
Doody
15/01/2009 20:22:00
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1 arse you are a disgrace go forth and dont multiply....
cityman51
15/01/2009 20:39:00
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£110 Million... Yes it’s a lot but to "play you got to pay" and he’s AC Milan’s best player so its compensation for losing their best asset!
mcfcthriller
15/01/2009 21:30:00
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Without the racism, this will ruin football.
gunnerkid107
15/01/2009 21:30:00
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gunnerkid you have to admit it will make the prem more interesting than the same 4 teams having all the spending power and having a monopoly on the top 4 every year. It might be a lot but we need to get the good players you lot have been hogging because of your champions league money and appeal for years.
darryl28
15/01/2009 21:56:00
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"thrilling as sex" ... i say that on the basis its bin ages lol.
amcollinz
15/01/2009 22:18:00
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110m pounds sounds a lot... but you need to consider that our money is in abu dhabi so it is a different exchange rate.
eighthsin
15/01/2009 22:38:00
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