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Kaka Deal Might Just Materialise

Kaka Deal Might Just Materialise

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Within the last 12 hours, Vital Manchester City has heard that the Kaka deal might just materialise.

Fact

Man City Chief Executive, Garry Cook and his advisors were perilously close to signing the AC Milan forward, however, after intense negotiations with his father and his trusted advisors, the reported £108million deal feel through - even though the Italian club were prepared to sell the Brazilian for the said fee.

Rumours

Rumours within the British and Italian press suggest the deal was put off during the January transfer window, simply because the 26-year-old wanted to see out the rest of the 2008/09 season with the Italian giants.

Possibility

City ace Robinho is in daily contact with his soul mate from South America and should he get his way, Kaka will become a Manchester City player well before the new season begins.

Do you believe?

Well, do you and has the fat lady sung. I thought so.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday February 13 2009
Time: 1:10AM

Comments

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no, no, no, no, no, NO! NO! just NO!
toffeetower
13/02/2009 01:40:00
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I still maintain that the Kaka deal was just one big media trip for Berlusconi. If we try to sign him again all we do is rejoin the circus and let him take us for another ride. If we try to sign Kaka, I think the only way we can actually be successful is if Kaka himself is pushing it through.
Falastur
13/02/2009 03:25:00
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Milan want to sell as they are in heavy debt and last seasons super signings were "has-bins" shevenko, ronaldinho and zambrotta. And on-loan beckham. Apart from pato kaka the team are near retirement. Berlusconi used the kaka situation as a polictical tool. Milan wanted to sell?!?!? Cook messed up, kaka didnt really want to during the season. Milan wont win serie-a and kaka might be sacrified to fund team rebuilding. Milan would rather sell to city than to immediate rival (real madrid, inter, utd etc) ADUG will also take matters even more seriously and perhaps removing cook from negotiations (or his job in the summer) I think kaka would only come if city finish in the uefa cup, commited to pushing for champions league place, big name players are signed and a world respected manager is in place. I wouldnt put money on it. Im 90% sure henry will be at eastlands in the summer.
enzo city
13/02/2009 07:40:00
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Since spinning a big upsurge in his popularity with the Milanese Berlusconi's been crapping himself over upsetting the Sheikh, hence his post Kakagate crawly bumlick. Just bring them in the UEFA Cup and we'll rub his, Goofy and Beckham's noses in it.
Johnny Baguette
13/02/2009 08:43:00
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As much as I want the best players playing in Blue I'm really worried we'll lose some of the clubs soul if we just parachute proven world stars in. There would be far more satisfaction in seeing us buy young hungry players and building a team for the long-term future although I appreciate this isn't likely to happen.
BitterBlue
13/02/2009 09:18:00
0
forget it,we didbt get him.we will look like edigts if we try and get him again and he says no to us again!
mcfcirish
13/02/2009 09:19:00
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Let Milan come to us if they want to sell but let us dictate the price this time, maybe £30m!!!
romancity
13/02/2009 09:43:00
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if kaka was going for £30m mate you would have alot more competition - clearly not from pompey tho!
its a nice thought, but not sure we will see kaka in a citeh shirt anytime soon, but you never know...
pompeyrug
13/02/2009 10:28:00
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Never say never............ but would be concerned if it turned into the type of media circus that came with the bid in Jan. Would tend to sway towards a move elswhere in the market come the summer.... once bitten!
belfastblue
13/02/2009 11:11:00
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You're STILL on this!??
ForeverUnited
13/02/2009 16:07:00
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