Real Madrid superstar Kaka says he is not planning a move to Chelsea, despite his mother tweeting that she is planning to head to London in August to ‘spread the word of God’.
“I want to stay in Madrid and play for Real – that’s the truth,” Kaka said, in relation to transfer speculation including moves to Chelsea and Manchester City.
“I have a contract with them and I don’t even think about playing in the Premier League or going back to Brazil or Italy,”
Kaka insisted that while he has had contact with Carlo Ancelotti, it is only in a personal capacity with the two having a shared history, and not related to any transfer talk.
“I have a good relationship with Carlo,” Kaka said.
“But it’s the same with Sao Paulo and other places I have played. I’m at Madrid and I want to stay.”
Chelsea were reportedly coming up with a £50 million offer for the star, according to News of the World. Manchester City became involved after showing their interest for the Brazilian international, but Chelsea looked the front runners to secure Kaka’s signature after the star’s mother tweeted that a move to London was on the cards.
"Next season we will be in London spreading the word of God," Kaka’s mother wrote.
"We will be there from August."
But Kaka insists that the tweet is merely for a religious trip with his mother’s church to the capital of England.
‘My mother is coming to London to preach. She is coming to a congress here in London to speak about God. I want to stay at Real Madrid. This is the truth,” Kaka said.