Friday, July 18, 2008

Chelsea Bid 100 Million on Kaka



There are reports that Chelsea have placed a mega 100 million euro bid for AC Milan star Kaka.

Supposedly a representative of Kaka has already flown to London to hear Chelsea's offer, and a representative from Chelsea has met with Milan vice president, Adriano Galliani to make an official offer.

This comes despite Milan's firm stance that Kaka will never be sold. However, with Milan strapped for cash following the Ronaldinho signing, I hope they don't second guess themselves and sell Kaka.

What Do You Think?

Is 100 million just too good of an offer for Milan to turn down? What if Drogba or another Chelsea player was also included in the deal?

1 comment:

Andrei Filimonov said...

AC Milan's perspective - Kaka is a great player but at 100 million he is overpriced. IMO most current stars like Ronaldo, Ronalndinho or Kaka are overpriced (not overrated!). Chealsea is desperate to build a championship caliber team and Milan can definitely cash in on it. However, a Brazilian combination of Kaka, Ronaldinho and Kaka has a tremendous potential. Nevertheless, I say sell Kaka and buy Arshavin for 50 milling - he is a similar type play and could fit really well.

Kaka's perspective - it may be a tremendous opportunity for him to be on the team of Chealsea caliber and play for Scolari. And he will better financially at Chealsea. On the other hand, he could be another flop like Shevchenko. Premier League would a big adjustment I know very few brazilians who did well in England.