You have to give Roman Abramovich credit: Even when the chips are down on Chelsea, he still knows how to make club the center of the universe by make audacious dreamland moves at the drop of a hat — and this move (like almost every other) has dreamland written all over it.
Multiple sources are saying that Chelsea could be interested in making a swap deal with AC Milan for Kaká in the hopes of bolstering their already loaded squad.
Speculation surrounding Kaká has once again been whipped up. Didier Drogba and Ricardo Carvallho will be offered in return for the AC Milan player, along with a substantial cash payment. (various)
While this deal sounds like a Stamford Bridge pipe dream, there is one big factor that has to make you ponder if there is some validity to this rumour.
With AC Milan missing out on the final Champions League qualification slot in Seria A, you have to wonder if Kaká is OK sitting on the sidelines watching other clubs play on Europe’s biggest stage, while he has the UEFA Cup staring him straight in the face next season.
Do Chelsea supporters think this deal is just more paper talk? Or do you believe Roman could make this happen if he really wanted to?