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The Kaka Affair

The promised whirlwind transformation at Manchester City FC will have to wait longer and it won’t include Kaka. The Brazilian superstar has turned down an outrageous offer from City which some sources are indicating is as high as £300,000 per week to quit Italian side AC Milan.
The Anglo Angle: Kaka and Adriano Reject Move to EPL

Kaka said yesterday: “I am extremely happy here. I want to grow old at AC Milan.” continuing the player indicate he had already refused important offers prior to Man City and stated his objective is to become, in the future, the captain of Milan.

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The Adriano Affair

In other news, Kaka’s Brazilian teammate Adriano has rejected a move to Tottenham. The players agent Gilmar Rinaldi said: “There will be no Tottenham for Adriano, he will stay at Inter”
Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp was on hand at the San Siro stadium to watch Adriano play against Genoa in the Coppa Italia, and had flown to Italy Tuesday evening to prepare a move for the Brazilian hitman after reports of Inter manager Mourinho wanting to unload the troubled striker. These reports of unrest are conflicting with The Sun paper quoting Rinaldi also stating, “Mourinho has already said he wants Adriano at Inter and therefore there is nothing for me to add.”

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