Kaka’ to Manchester City could be the start of the end

A banner by AC Milan Ultras for Kaka' reads "Don't touch Kaka'"

A banner by AC Milan Ultras Brigate Rossonere for Kaka' reads "Don't touch Kaka'"

Every footballlover in the world is aware of the chance that A.C. Milan superstar Ricardo Kaka’ might move to English Manchester City for the amazing amount of more than 100 million €. I also think that every true footballlover, despite the color of his heart, is hoping that Kaka’ will not finalize his move to the Sheikh ownned English club.

Since the Abu Dhabi United Group for Development and Investment has bought the club from the controversial former prime minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, there have always been big transfer rumors surrounding the Citizens, with the only Robinho, among all the football superstars named to be joining the club, accepting the move to Manchester from Real Madrid.

Now the club presided by Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has been given the green light by AC Milan to talk directly to Kaka’ to persuade him to leave Milan, while groups of AC Milan supporters have been standing, chanting and waving banners, under the headquarters of the club in Via Filippo Turati to show their disappointment to the will of the club to accept the money and let their player go. Unfortunately for them, luck is a wheel and it is their turn to see their best players “robbed” and covered with money by some other rich club. Many football supporters in the world, in the past years, have hated AC Milan for being a rich club, always capable of attracting the best players with extraordinarily good economic offers.

Despite what Kaka’ will do, though, football is more than a lot of money, much more.

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