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New twist in Gunners' Brazilian target chase – report

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Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are chasing Arsenal target Kaka, according to Talksport, with the Real Madrid superstar still the subject of transfer speculation.

Kaka has failed to impress at Madrid since he moved to the club in 2009, and with numerous European clubs chasing, he has many options if he does decide to leave the Bernabeu.


 

Arsenal have been reported to be one of those options, but now Anzhi have come into the mix and will reportedly make a big cash offer to drive Arsenal out of the market.

The Russian club are looking at building a squad of Champions League winners, though it remains to be seen whether Kaka will make the move to eastern Europe and a club that isn’t already established.

The move will be another blow for Arsenal from Anzhi, with manager Roberto Carlos reportedly revealing this week that Robin Van Persie was on his hit list for January.

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