Chelsea bookmakers favourites to land Kaka

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Chelsea are favourites to sign Brazilian playmaker Kaka from Real Madrid, if he leaves the Bernabeu, according to Unibet.

The £50 million signing from AC Milan has failed to fit in since his move to la Liga, being constantly overlooked instead of German Mesut Ozil.

And with Madrid looking to reduce their wage bill, Kaka could make the move to Chelsea.

However, the player himself is insistent that he won't be leaving Madrid this summer.


"I want to stay in Real Madrid and I want to play for Real Madrid. I don't want to think now about playing in the Premier League or going back to Italy," Kaka said.

With Guus Hiddink due to be confirmed as the new Chelsea manager, Roman Abramovich is due to give the Dutch boss a hefty transfer budget this summer, and Kaka could be the first to arrive in his second spell as coach.

Others rumoured to be making the move to Chelsea are Javier Pastore, Jack Rodwell and Sergio Aguero.

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