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    Going nowhere: Kaka waves his AC Milan shirt to fans outside his apartment in Milan as news broke that he would not join Manchester City


    Kaka snubs humiliated Manchester City

    Manchester City's new billionaire owners were dealt a huge blow on Monday night when Kaka, the Brazil and AC Milan forward, rejected a record breaking £107 million transfer to Eastlands.


    After a tense day of high-level meetings between Kaka’s representatives and leading officials from both clubs, AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi, who is also Italy’s Prime Minister, took the extraordinary step of telephoning a national television station to declare that Kaka was staying.

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    Relief: fans outside Kaka's apartment in Milan celebrate the collapse of his move to Manchester City


    “Kaka is Milan and he will stay at Milan,” he said. “Money is not everything to Kaka. He is an extraordinary boy, exceptional – an example that should be followed in sport. He turned down the money saying he preferred the love of the Milanese people, the friendship of his team-mates. He won’t ask for a pay rise. “When I heard that he hadn’t thought about losing a chance for a higher salary and that he put the values of the club, friendship and fans’ affection above all else, I said, 'Come on,’ and we hugged.”

    Simon Pearce, a representative of City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and Garry Cook, the club’s executive chairman, had earlier travelled to Milan to meet Kaka’s father Bosco Leite and outline their vision. An unprecedented salary of £500,000 a week was also on offer. However, reports that Kaka felt “cold and unimpressed” by the City offer proved accurate and the club later admitted that the deal was dead. “Manchester City has terminated its discussions with AC Milan over the possible transfer of the player Kaka,” said a statement.

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    Waiting: AC Milan fans protested outside the club's offices before it was revealed that Kaka would not be moving to Manchester



    “Following a meeting in Milan today, the club felt that it was unlikely that the two parties could reach common ground for an agreement. The discussions reached only a preliminary stage and the player was not involved at any time.” Kaka’s decision appeared to have been heavily influenced by a co-ordinated outpouring of affection yesterday from the AC Milan supporters who delivered messages of support to his flat, protested outside the club’s headquarters and then returned to unveil banners of appreciation.

    City will now turn to other targets and did complete the £14 million signing of Wales captain Craig Bellamy on Monday. They are also poised to spend £18 million on the Hamburg midfielder Nigel de Jong and might launch a bid for the Chelsea and England captain, John Terry. “Whilst Manchester City Football Club has an obvious interest in world-class players of the quality of Kaka, we owe it to our fans that such a transfer must work on every level: commercially, financially, in terms of results on the field and within Manchester City's broader community,” said Cook.

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    he knws that man city have a chance of relegation, kaka may end up playin n league championship next season, way u go kaka, good job.


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    i knew it
    kaka - man city
    no way guyz



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    he will join
    but after sometime
    when man city are good e.g. when they can be top four

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    Thats a blow for Man City!
    And despite of this transfer speculation being around, Kaka showed great commitment during their weekend game win! Gr8 player!

    Robinho left training and flew to Brazil! Many linking this incident to Kaka deal failure while Robinho says family issue!
    Things not going so well for Man City!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glacier View Post
    Thats a blow for Man City!
    And despite of this transfer speculation being around, Kaka showed great commitment during their weekend game win! Gr8 player!

    Robinho left training and flew to Brazil! Many linking this incident to Kaka deal failure while Robinho says family issue!
    Things not going so well for Man City!
    not at all well, 3 more new signin on plan for them n this window


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    “Money is not everything to Kaka. He is an extraordinary boy, exceptional – an example that should be followed in sport. He turned down the money saying he preferred the love of the Milanese people, the friendship of his team-mates. He won’t ask for a pay rise. “
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