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Latest update : 2009-06-02

AC Milan's star player Kaka announced on Tuesday his decision not to leave his club despite interest from Real Madrid. Kaka almost joined Manchester City in January for what would have been a record fee in excess of 100 million euros.

REUTERS - Brazil playmaker Kaka wants to stay at AC Milan despite fresh interest from Real Madrid following the election of Florentino Perez as president.

 

"I say it for the last time, I don't want to leave Milan. In this period I prefer to stay quiet because I don't want to be misinterpreted," he told reporters on Tuesday.

 

"To the millions of Rossoneri (AC Milan) fans I say my decision has been made. I have said I want to stay. Now please leave me in peace."

 

Kaka almost joined Manchester City in January for a world record fee in excess of 100 million euros.

 


 

Date created : 2009-06-02

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