Kaka's Ideal Next Club! Really?!

Kaka had a much-hyped move to the Galacticos from AC Milan last season for a record breaking £65m, a record which was broken few days later by Cristiano Ronaldo's move to the same club from Manchester United. However, what followed was never exactly according to Kaka's plan. He faltered in his opening few months and then injury kept him away from active club football for months. All this added with Real Madrid's policy of being impatient with their stars (like Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben recently) has really fuelled a lot of transfer speculation of Kaka leaving Real Madrid for his own good. Recent reports of Kaka's father inquiring about his future at the Bernabeau only add more fire to the fuel.

Any club would really love to have Kaka in their squad but most probably the below top clubs need him more than the rest and they are capable too!

The Gunning Army : Arsenal
The transfer market is a strange place. You'd be foolish to bet too highly on any person staying put if the suitors are prestigious. Arsenal have been at the centre of tremendous speculations after Barcelona had openly admitted about their desire to get hold of their talismanic Captain, Cesc Fabregas. Although known to be pretty miserly, Wenger would have no option but spend on some reliable player to take the place of Arsenal's youngest ever captain. Chances are that Kaka would be an ideal replacement. Kaka has played both as an attacking mid-fielder and a striker so going up in attack and covering the entire length of the pitch should not be a problem for him. In Kaka, Arsenal would not only have a very talented player but also a very experienced talisman, who has seen it all. Kaka's experience could prove handy to Arsenal especially in the face of Big matches in the Champions League,where they have been serial chokers of sorts even with the so-called invincibles!!

The London's Blue Brigade: Chelsea
No other club from the Premier League has been linked to Kaka more than the Stamford Bridge outfit. With cash never a problem and a lot of fame earned in the recent years, Chelsea has attained quite a cult status among all the premier league clubs. Carlo Ancelotti, who had been a true mentor to Kaka whilst his stay at AC Milan, has seen the best of the World Footballer of the Year and if Kaka feels outcast at Madrid, he has every reason to desire to unite with his former boss. Chelsea also has some real technical reasons to go for Kaka. After having done away with Joe Cole, Michael Ballack, and also nearing a farewell to Deco, the diamond formation of Carlo seems to be in a little bit of a disarray. The team needs a genuine playmaker and preferably an experienced person at that. Kaka fits perfectly to all those requirements and though rumours of the swap of Lampard for Kaka are no longer doing the rounds, a straight buyout of the Brazilian could do wonders to the aging Chelsea team!

The Giants From Turin: Juventus
One of the most puzzling outfits at the Serie A, Juventus has this unique knack of alternating between classic performances and some of the most ordinary performances on the pitch. The outfit from Turin however are not averse to buying and buying big. The last summer saw all the Juventus go for some of the most exciting talents around from Diego of Werder Bremen to Felipe Melo. They also did splash the cash on a Serie A star, Amauri. However, even after all this, they only managed a very very disappointing season leading to three different managers taking the helm in the span of a year. On all fronts, what the talented Juve team really needs is a stable midfield and a genuine playmaker. With some reports sounding out either Diego or Melo may be shown the door very soon, a real go for Kaka should not really be out of question. The Juventus fans and the management have seen the best of the Brazilian star playing for their rivals, AC Milan, and should have plenty of respect for the skills the player possesses. With the future looking a little gloomy for Juventus after a disappointing season, a deal for Kaka could indeed prove to be the real fuel that Juve needs to soar again!

Suitors Of All Stars: Manchester City
If any team has seriously made any impact so far in the market, it has to be Manchester City. With their Arab owners flexing their financial muscle, the Citizens have already taken their spending to a huge £75m already. However, with the recent round of rumours it would be foolish to believe that the Eastlands outfit are done with their share of transfer market domination. Manchester City were one of the earliest suitors to last summer and even before that. However, Kaka had turned down the offer sighting the excuse of no interest in a smaller club. With the present collection of stars though, Manchester City looks set to put the stage to fire and look anything but a small team in England or Europe. Although, City have spent quite a lot on strengthening their midfield, the addition of Kaka should look still to be a mouthwatering prospect as Roberto Mancini has his eyes fixed on Europen club football domination.

A Place Called Home: AC Milan
With Ronaldinho set to exit following the footsteps of some of the other Brazilian stars like Ronaldo and Robinho, AC Milan's ageing outfit surely needs a star to get them out of the doldrums. Should Kaka feel he needs to get back to where he ruled the roost, AC milan would be expected to welcome him with open arms. Kaka had always been a darling to the Milan outfit and has been a real source of inspiration for the club in black and reds, with the prospect of him returning back to his former club, only AC Milan would stand to benefit the Milan oufit at large.

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