Real Madrid superstar Kaka has revealed he is not interested in heading to Cheslea, or any other club for that matter this summer, with the Brazilian keen to stay at Real Madrid and prove his €68.5 million worth.
“Some people took advantage of my injury and said I wanted to go but that isn't true," Kaka said in Spanish news service AS.
"I want to triumph at Real Madrid.
"I feel like I owe it to Real Madrid and the fact that I haven't fulfilled expectations bothers me.”
Fans have not felt favourable to Kaka since his move to Real Madrid, with the record transfer fee putting a massive amount of pressure on the playmaker to become an instant match winner at Bernabeu. But spending the first half of the season injured, and the second half struggling to make the first team, fans have been left feeling bewuildered over whether Kaka was worth the money.
"I understand the fans. I hope to win over the fans again with time and by playing some important games. I only ask for time,” Kaka said.
Multiple reports have circled this season that Chelsea were interested in the 28 year old, particularly with Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti having managed Kaka when he played some of his best football at AC Milan.
Chelsea also have the budget for the superstar, and with Brazil coach Mano Manezes hinting at Kaka being chosen for the Brazil side if he gets more game time, speculation still exists that Kaka could be headed for Stamford Bridge if he is guaranteed a spot in the first side.