Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Beckham Believes Kaká Wants Real Madrid Move

David Beckham has revealed that Kaká wants to go to Real Madrid in the summer and did not want to join Manchester City, according to AS. The Brazilian has allegedly asked the former England captain about life in the Spanish capital.

The daily sports paper is beginning what will undoubtedly be a sustained campaign to see Kaká join Los Merengues after stating that he turned down a move to England because he wants to join Juande Ramos’ side.

AS believe that Beckham, who has only been at the San Siro a few weeks, has been probed by the Brazilian superstar about life at Real Madrid and that has convinced the England international of his intentions.

“Kaká wants to go to Real Madrid and not to City. I think he’ll become a Real player in June,” the on-loan playmaker told a friend, AS state.

“I think someone has called him and Kaká has made his decision.”

While the saga involving Manchester City maybe over, AS look set to revive their running commentary on Madrid’s pursuit of the player, only months after riling Milan with similar stories.

Earlier in the day, the paper stated that Kaká had turned down City, but was disillusioned with Milan despite his public pledge to stay with the club.

Ramón Calderón had promised to sign Kaká in his pre-election manifesto, but when then Rossoneri laughed off the suggestion the former Madrid president struggled to win over critics who were unimpressed with his false promise.

Beckham, AS add, has something of a history of correct predictions as he apparently said that Ronaldo would move to AC Milan over three years ago, when the pair were team-mates at the Bernabéu.

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