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Beckham expects Kaká to stay

Sunday, January 18, 2009

David Beckham believes Kaká has not played his last game for AC Milan last night.

The 1-0 victory over Fiorentina was overshadowed by the speculation over Kaká’s £108 million move to Manchester City.

Milan have reportedly agreed to let Kaká hear what City have to offer, but Beckham still expects Kaká to follow his heart.

Given the reception the Brazilian had last night, with 65,000 voices calling on him to stay and pleading with the club not to sell him, Beckham is not too worried about City's advances.

"I don't think he will leave," said Beckham. "He is one of the best players in the world and it is obvious that the best players are always the focus of speculation.

"Every club in the world wants Ricardo, not just because he is a great player, but he’s also the nicest man you’d ever hope to meet. He's a great lad and it's great to play in the team with him.

"I don't think anybody in the dressing room is thinking about how much money they can earn.

"It's about playing with the best team with the best players in the world and winning trophies and it's not always about money.

"Ricardo doesn't need my advice. He will decide what he wants to do, but he loves Italy and he loves Milan."

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