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January Transfer window: Will Kaka quit Real Madrid?

December 5, 2012

Kaka to exit Real Madrid?

After Brazilian playmaker, Kaka left AC Milan for Real Madrid in 2009 for a staggering fee of GBP 56 million; he has not been able to show his class nor skill with the ball wearing Madrid’s jersey. Knee injury has also plagued him leading to a long absence from the game and post injury he has never been the same player he was at AC Milan, where he was considered to be the best player, not anymore in Madrid.  As a result of which the player might find himself making a move in January for the MLS side, LA Galaxy.

In the ongoing La Liga season, Kaka has not started any of the matches barring one against Celta Vigo, which was way back in October. Jose Mourinho does not seem to trust the player, but to be fair on their manager, Jose has a problem of plenty as far as midfielders are concerned. In some matches, he has come in as a substitute also but has been far less impressive, so when he is left on the bench, it remains no surprise.

Real Madrid would not mind the player parting ways, as the club pays a good amount of money – around  10 million as annual salary. This does not put them in any comfortable position, if they are to bench the player. All this money would go waste. So a logical thing for Madrid would be to sell the player and use that money may be to acquire another player for a different position- may be a youngster.

If the player finally decides to leave Real Madrid, it is not only LA Galaxy that would be interested in signing the player, but also clubs around the world, especially top clubs who would love to have him in their club. Such clubs include Arsenal, both the Manchester clubs, Liverpool, Chelsea, Juventus, Paris Saint Germain etc. But the final call may lie with him. If he think that his career is at the fag end, it would be better suited if he joins MLS- LA Galaxy, else, if he thinks he can still continue playing football at the highest level, he should join an EPL team.


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