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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Kaka Joined Real Madrid to Help AC Milan Financially

Star Brazilian footballer Kaka has been signed by Spanish giant Real Madrid following a long-standing negotiation regarding a possible deal which has now been settled for a fee ranging from £56 million to €68 million. With this move, Kaka has put an end to his 6-year stint at AC Milan during which he has won almost everything including Serie A and Italian Super Cup titles in 2004, Champions League in 2007 and FIFA Club World Cup 2007. Most importantly, the 27-year-old became the FIFA World Player of the Year Award 2007.



Kaka has now become the first player whom Real Madrid signed after Florentino Perez taking over as club president for the second time. There is no doubt, Kaka was the prime target of Real Madrid in Summer 2009. Regarding the reason of the move, Kaka said that he wanted to help AC Milan financially by moving to Real Madrid. Here, it is noteworthy that AC Milan is now facing financial crisis.



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