Here at the Football Transfer Tavern we feel that our next topic of conversation is as regular as some of the punters who love a Thursday night on our karaoke machine! Yes folks, its time to turn our attention back to Real Madrid outcast Kaka.
South African journalists from Sport Live stop by to report that yet another club have joined the long line for the Brazilian player – this time Galatasaray, who after reaching the knockout stages of the Champions League are looking to strengthen their squad.
With manager Faith Terim stating that “The president asked me if I wanted to sign Diego Ribas or [Wesley] Sneijder. I told him I wanted Kaka,” debate is raging around the pool table with the majority of our punters disagreeing with that choice and feeling that the Inter outcast is by far a better choice than 30-year-old Kaka.
The 67 million euro signing himself has admitted “I had a very bad time. Starting games is a personal goal and if I work hard things will come good.” Kaka has received playing time of late; against Ajax to supplement a bit-part role in La Liga after Luka Modric’s stuttering start to life at the Santiago Bernabeu.