After declaring in the summer that he did not want to leave Real Madrid for either London or Manchester, now that Real boss José Mourinho has allegedly declared that the Brazilian playmaker is no longer in his plans, it seems Chelsea FC may be interested in accepting the 29-year-old creative player.
Kaká (real name Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite) has played in three clubs since he began his senior Professional career in 2001: São Paulo (Brazil) from 2001 to 2003, AC Milan from 2003 to 2009, Real Madrid, 2009 - present. Total: 108 goals in 291 appearances; for Brazil, 27 goals in 82 appearances.
With AC Milan he won the Série A in 2003-04, the Italian Supercup in 2004, the UEFA Champions League 2006/7, UEFA Super Cup (2007) and the World Clubs Cup (2007);
with Real Madrid, the Copa del Rey (2010-11); with Brazil, the FIFA World Cup 2002 and the Confederations Cup in 2005 and 2009.
He was elected the Best Player in the World in 2007, the same year receiving the Ballon d'Or and the Onze d'Or, Best Foreign Player in Italy in 2004, 2006 and 2007, best Player in Italy in 2004, 2007; Best Midfielder for UEFA in 2005; Best attacking player for UEFA in 2007, UEFA Player of the Year in 2007, IAAF Latin Player of the year 2007.
In short he has little to prove. Real's loss, Chelsea's gain?
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