Eyes are being rolled around the Football Transfer Tavern as something of an inevitability has occurred. The Express has reported that Chelsea are considering making a bid for a player they have long admired – Real Madrid’s Kaka.
The Brazilian has suffered a well publicised loss of form since his move to the Spanish Champions and despite scoring a goal in the Champions League this week and being handed the skipper’s armband by manager Jose Mourinho, the club will certainly listen to offers for the player.
Whilst Chelsea are in transition and attempting to bring the average age of the squad down, a bid for a player Abramovich has made no attempt to hide his admiration for seems a relative possibility.
Chelsea will face competition for the 30-year-old who cost Real Madrid £56 million in 2009 as sides from both the MLS and Australia are also interested in the player who if nothing else would sell shirts if signed.