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Kaká looking for Real Madrid exit

Friday, August 30, 2013

Brazilian midfielder Kaká announced on Thursday that he wants to leave Real Madrid and is hopeful a move can be arranged before the transfer window closes on Monday.

Kaká has previously preferred to try and fight for an opportunity with Real Madrid
Kaká has previously preferred to try and fight for an opportunity with Real Madrid

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The 31-year-old signed from AC Milan in 2009 for €65 million but has found first-team opportunities limited during his time in the Spanish capital.

And with competition for places at the Bernabéu stronger than ever, Kaká has come out to make clear his intention now is to leave.

Speaking after scoring twice in Madrid's win at the Trofeo Teresa Herrera, he said: "I want to leave. I think now is the right moment for me to leave amicably.

"I have spoken to (Madrid coach) Carlo Ancelotti and with the club, they all know that I want to go and they want to help me find a solution for my departure. I hope that from now until Monday I can find a solution.

"I feel physically fine, but the club knows that I am looking for a solution to my situation. Things are difficult for me now in the team, and the club knows what I want.

"It is my obligation to work and keep training, but that does not mean that I am happy. I have been talking with my father to see if something comes up."

Asked where he would go, Kaká replied: "I cannot go to Brazil as the market is closed there, the move would be in Europe. I do not want to talk about others clubs because I have none at this stage."


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