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Manchester City plan Kaka snatch

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Manchester City are now being linked to Brazilian star Kaka as speculation grows the midfielder will most definitely be sold in the summer.

Kaka has fallen out of favour with Real Madrid, after missing the first half of La Liga through injury, and being replaced in Real’s starting line up with German midfielder Mesut Oezil.

Chelsea has been strongly linked to the Real Madrid star throughout the season, with Chelsea manager Carlos Ancelotti thought to be the draw card to get him to move to the top flight club. Ancelotti was Kaka’s manager during his time at AC Milan and some would say the star played his best football during this time.

But Manchester City were determined to get Kaka from AC Milan in 2009, and were reportedly willing to offer a record smashing amount of £93 million for the Brazilian international’s services. However, Kaka turned down their offer and headed for Real Madrid instead.

Speculation is rife that Mancini believes he can succeed in persuading the star to come to City this time around, with Manchester City all but promising Champions league action next season.

If Chelsea compete with bids for the star, Manchester City owner Sheik Mansour has said they will do what ever it takes and spend whatever money they can to build a trophy winning side.

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