Well it’s only early October, but the January transfer window is still just around the window. And you know what that means. That means it’s time to begin stirring the pot and creating juicy rumors about what star is going where. And with the appearance of Kaka’s father and agent at an AC Milan board meeting last week, the buzz meter went off the scale early this week with tremendous stories of the Brazilian sensation heading back to his former home in Italy.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri doesn’t want to create to much gossip around the prestigious side’s locker room and the manager denied these rumors being true. Allegri told the Gazzetta dello Sport:
Kaka is an extraordinary player, but at this moment we don’t have time to think about such things. Can calls for his return create problems in the dressing room? No, these calls are not able to disrupt the harmony of the team.
At this moment, we are in a fundamental stage of the season, and it is necessary for me to concentrate on the Champions League match with Real Madrid, and the Serie A matches with Juventus and Napoli. I have no opinion on a transfer for Kaka, because there are three months until the transfer window, and we are competitive with the players that we already have.
Kaka has yet to play in a match this season and doctors that worked on the star’s knee expressed how close the attacking midfielder was to ending his playing career although Kaka himself has denied this being true. There is no word yet on when or even if Kaka will actually be transferred much like Allegri implied, but considering his tactical style and Mourninho’s outline for success I wouldn’t necessarily say that he is the perfect fit in Real Madrid’s new coach’s lineup.
And considering his great transfer value, Kaka likely will be on the move once again sometime soon and AC Milan has already experienced past success with the Brazilian and is continuing to add more and more stars from the football-crazed nation. And despite Kaka’s desire to prove himself at Real Madrid, in three months time Kaka may be back with his former side in Italy.
Or better yet playing against them.