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Kaká move 'isn't impossible'

Thursday, January 15, 2009

One of Kaká’s personal assistants, Diogo Kotscho, had indicated that the player would consider a move to Manchester City — if they matched his ambition.

City, backed by the Abu Dhabi United Group, have put £175 million on the table in a bid to prise the Brazilian away from AC Milan.

According to The Sun, despite the 26-year-old claiming yesterday that he wants to grow old at Milan, the megabucks transfer to take him to Eastlands is still very much alive.

Kaká claims he does not want to leave the San Siro, but should the Rossoneri let him go, the classy playmaker would demand several assurances from City before agreeing to the move.

He would insist his Samba pal Robinho stays at Eastlands and that City must qualify for the Champions League inside two years.

Kotscho said: "If Manchester City come to an agreement with Milan we will talk to them — but it is not just about money.

"They have to show us that this is a project that we will be interested in.

"If Manchester City can become one of the best teams in the world then we can talk about joining them.

"Kaká is very happy at Milan and loves who he works for. He is enjoying playing alongside David Beckham, Ronaldinho and all the other great players there.

"However, of course the Premier League is one of the best Leagues in the world and a transfer's not impossible if they complete a deal with Milan."

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