Friday, January 16, 2009

Kaka Exit Would Be Disastrous For Milan

The Rossoneri's quadragenarian skipper reckons the departure of their Brazilian superstar would be "hugely negative" for the club...

If you've been sleeping under a rock these past few days, here's the scoop: Manchester City are in talks with AC Milan over what would be a world-record deal for Kaka.

The Sky Blues have tabled a staggering €120 million bid for the former FIFA World Player of the Year, and reports from Italy and England suggest the San Siro giants are ready to accept the offer.

But Paolo Maldini has urged the Rossoneri directors to pull out of negotiations, as he believes the 26-year-old playmaker is virtually irreplaceable.

"This decision rests with the club but I can only stress that Kaka is very important to us and that his exit would be hugely negative," said Maldini, as quoted by The Daily Mail.

"For me this deal sounds incredible. No player is worth this much, not even Cristiano Ronaldo. But Ricky has said nothing about this to us. He seems pretty calm about everything."

Kaka will have the final say over whether or not he leaves Milan for Man City, and it seems it will take more than mere money to convince him that Eastlands is worth the gamble.

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