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Kaka on the Wanted List?

Kaka on the Wanted List?

An overseas media source, DiarioSport is claiming that Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, is preparing a massive bid for the Brazilian international.

Indeed, a figure of £70 million pound is being quoted as the prospective bid. Whilst this appears on the surface to be an astonishing amount of money, if true, it`s doubtful whether it would make even a small dent in our owners fortune.

Inevitably, the story has circulated once the fate of the Italian four became common knowledge. However, the fact that AC Milan did not suffer the indignity of relegation makes it appear to be a highly unlikely story.

Kaka, prior to the results of the investigation being announced, has stated that he would stay with Milan if they avoided relegation. Whether the Brazilian is so keen after his club were forced out of European competition remains unknown.

Inevitably, other names, most notably Real Madrid, are mentioned in the rumour but perhaps the biggest giveaway that it is purely speculation comes in the suggestion that Roman would be prepared to double any bid made by the Spanish giants. Quite why it`s felt to make this unnecessary point eludes us here at Vital Chelsea Towers.

Once again our view is that this rumour has an air of male cows muck about it and that we shouldn`t hold our breath too much waiting for the whole thing to unfold in front of our eyes.


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Writer:Merlin
Date:Monday July 17 2006
Time: 5:31PM

Comments

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Think of how many hospitals in Russia that would build. £70 million. LMAO
Cpt. Mainwaring
17/07/2006 18:23:00
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i sumhow dnt think he will be coming to England, my guess is he either goes to Madrid, or goes nowhere at all
Adilson
17/07/2006 18:39:00
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Cpt Mainwaring - I can assure you our man does more than most for his fellow countryman if you ever look into it you'll find out.
merlin
17/07/2006 19:46:00
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We could have Nesta, Zambrotta, Cannavaro, Buffon, A. Cole, RVN, Teva, 5 young defenders and a partridge in a pear tree for that amount.
USA
17/07/2006 20:15:00
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A lot of kaka. Kaka will not leave Milan as long as Berlusconi has money left. And he sure has that.
Lindy
17/07/2006 20:22:00
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he will set the premiership alight with shevy
cj_bcfc
18/07/2006 00:12:00
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@Capt............for the record, out of his own money Roman has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in Chukotka, for example building a college, a hospital, a pre-school and hotels in Anadyr, renovating the airport, and funding new or renovated schools in many small towns and villages..............as for the kaka story, its nothing more than agents bigging up their player. Never going to happen.
McChelski
18/07/2006 01:23:00
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what i love is that because so many supporters give chelsea fans abuse about abramovich and his little mafia, so they've had to do some research about him just so people cant get on their backs anymore!
elmo85
18/07/2006 08:38:00
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I can't see it happening at all! Would be nice though imagine Maka, Lamps, Ballack and Kaka in a diamond!!!
Mikeyblue
18/07/2006 09:36:00
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Just educating the lazy riff raff, Elmo. Those that are too lazy to think beyond what the tabloids tell them.
BlindJak
18/07/2006 10:56:00
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You guys amaze me. You spout off saying "I think you'll find he bought a homeless person a tin of soup". You people are the one bought by the "Russian Spin Docs". Take a lot and give a tiny bit back and people will love you Mr. Abram. Well sorry I don't buy any of it. While a nation of millions went without, while a whole country’s economy went down the spout some people profited in immense measures. Football should be played on a level pitch/playing field. The introduction of Russian Pensions into the Premiership turns that all on its head. Get used to the fact that Chelsea won’t ever get the respect other teams would simply because of the methods of finance. It’s a shame but it’s what the majority of football supporters think.
Cpt. Mainwaring
18/07/2006 14:08:00
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Eh? Since when has football EVER been played on a level playing field? Romans deep pockets are certainly unpredicted and have skewed things in favour of Chelsea but things were never fair nor level.
BlindJak
18/07/2006 15:32:00
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things were not fair or level since the start of the premiership
cherry_brandy
18/07/2006 17:30:00
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@Capt...obviously neither history or economics are strong points with you..................I think you'll find that millions went without in Russia, long before Roman was born........It was called communism..........and any economist will tell you, that after the break up of the Soviet Union, it needed the oligarchs like Roman, to grab the Russian economy kicking and screaming towards capitalism..........now they have done that and made Russia one of the fastest growing economies in the world, the Russian government are buying back the vastly improved industries for the benefit of the Russian People...........for the record Roman is a hero in Russia, russian friends of mine have likened him to Russia's equivalent of Richard Branson (Except Richard has balloons and helicopters and Roman has yachts the size of a small town).
McChelski
18/07/2006 20:58:00
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KAKA TO CHELSEA - HAAAAAAAAAAAA
Aamir
19/07/2006 19:13:00
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i think buy kaka is not clever because chelsea have many player in midfield.i guess mourinho take off coach from elite club like barca,arsenal or many think....takbir
asneze_oi
20/07/2006 09:44:00
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