Brazilian excited by Welshman talks.
Real Madrid midfielder Kaka has become the latest of the club’s stars to express his desire to see Tottenham Hotspur attacker Gareth Bale join them this summer, Sky Sports reports.
The Brazilian ace has joined goalkeeper Iker Casillas and defender Sergio Ramos in vocalising their support for the club’s decision to pursue the 24-year-old, with Kaka suggesting that Bale would fit in perfectly to life in the Spanish capital as they look to end their Champions League drought and secure their first title since 2002.
“He’s a very, very good player,” said Kaka on Sky Sports News. “If he comes to Madrid he will be welcomed.”
Bale has apparently told Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas that he wants to leave the club this summer after Real tabled a record £85 million bid, and Kaka is already hoping that the sum is high enough for chairman Daniel Levy to part with his most prized asset.
“He’s an amazing player with lots of technical ability, skills and tricks. We will be very happy if he comes,” he added.
However, Bale’s arrival could signal the beginning of the end for the former AC Milan man as the Welsh international primarily operates in the free role just behind the strikers – a position that Kaka is more than familiar with himself.