Chelsea and Manchester clubs fancy Brazilian.
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Kaka will leave Real Madrid this summer and is open to a move to England, according to the president of his former club Sao Paulo.
The news has alerted Premier League trio Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea, all of whom would welcome the former World Player of the Year to their ranks.
The Brazilian has struggled for fitness and form in the Spanish capital since his move from Milan in 2009 and was often consigned to the bench last season, with Real manager Jose Mourinho preferring Mesut Ozil, Angel Di Maria and Christiano Ronaldo in the advanced midfield roles.
The 30-year-old, who started his professional career at Sao Paulo, now looks set to leave the Spanish champions according to the president of the Brazilian club.
Paulo de Jesus Lopes, who is understood to be in contact with Kaka, told O Globo in Brazil, “Kaka has decided to quit Madrid. He believes that England or remaining in Spain would be two interesting destinations for him. Sao Paulo can’t afford him as his price-tag is astronomical and out of the reality of Brazilian football.”
Big-spending Chelsea have long coveted Kaka, while Man City famously bid £100 million for the star when he was at Milan, leading to comments from the Blues then chief executive Gary Cook that the Italian club had ‘bottled’ a deal.
Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is also thought to be monitoring the situation. The Scot has been linked with a variety of creative midfielders but has so far been rebuffed in his moves for Luka Modric of Tottenham and Inter Milan’s Wesley Sneijder.