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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will stick with the London club - and intends to prise Kaka away from AC Milan, it has been revealed.

DiarioSport says Abramovich has told close friends he will continue to pump his millions into Chelsea, despite Wednesday's glorious Champions League failure. And he sees Kaka as the man to deliver the changes he wants to bring to the Blues next season.

Roberto Mancini, Inter Milan's coach, is the man Abramovich wants to take charge next season. However, football chief Frank Arnesen is under pressure, according to sources.

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I don t think that we need kaka! as i do think that mancini is not the right one for CFC!

our midfield is good and strog enough, Essien,Mikel,Balak,Lampard,Maka so who shoud leave his place to kaka??

I just hope that Lamps is going to sign a new contract!

And for a new manager, i don t know who could be the right one, Zola, Laudrup? bud defenitly not Mancini! 317.gif

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im sorry, but we do need kaka. every club side in world football needs kaka. hes by far the best player in the world at the moment for me. and i would love to see him in chelsea blue.

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I dont think we have any hope of signing either player, but i'd rather Messi. Looking at our squad, i think we need a quality wide player in front of another quality midfielder.

Both brilliant players though.

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AC Milan technical director Leonardo has warned new Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari that he has no hope of bringing Kaka to Stamford Bridge.

Scolari is expected to be handed a huge transfer kitty and the 26-year-old Kaka is said to be top of his wanted list.

"It's normal for a Brazilian coach to try to bring in Brazilian players," Leonardo told BBC Sport.

"But signing Kaka is impossible, because he is here at AC Milan and will be here until the end of his career."

Scolari takes over as Chelsea boss on 1 July and Leonardo, who played under him when he was Brazil coach, has backed the 59-year-old to be a big success.

"Chelsea need an important victory - they are looking to the Champions League," said Leonardo.

"Scolari won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002 and then took Portugal to the finals of the European Championships two years later. So I think he is a good appointment.

"Chelsea were the nearly team of European football last season. They came so close to the Champions League and Premier League.

"I think Scolari can bring something more to them, so they arrive at the right result next time."

Leonardo, who won the World Cup with Brazil in 1994, has backed Scolari to quickly get the players behind him at Stamford Bridge.

"He is a very, very enthusiastic coach and the relationships he has with his players are always very good," he said.

"If you talk with his players, they all like him, which is very important.

"He has a big personality, but at the same time tries to understand the players, how they want to play and how to put them in the best condition.

"We call his teams 'the family Scolari' because he always tries to create this relationship with his players.

"This will be very difficult at Chelsea, because of the different nationalities and different mentalities of football, but I think he has the qualities to bring this kind of feel to the club."

Scolari has developed a reputation as something of a hot-head during his coaching career, but Leonardo says the Brazilian has learnt how to control his temper.

"As a top coach, you need temper and personality, but you have to learn how to control that. Scolari has now done very well in this sense," added Leonardo.

"He has also enjoyed a lot of success, which has made him more patient.

"If you are Chelsea's coach, you have to deal with not only the English press but the international press and he has grown up so much in the way he deals with the press.

"In the beginning he had a lot of problems, because he says what he thinks.

"But he tries now to understand how to deal with the press, which is very important."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/footbal ... 451002.stm

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the Kaka rumor just will never die. At least when Madrid sign Ronaldo the rumors of them getting Kaka will finally be dead and buried.

Madrid failed, and its not like we are going to succeed. And Milan would be braindead to sell him. He is the kind of generational player you build around. We have to take a chance and find that player before he gets there, rather than trying to take someone else's

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With Scolari at Chelsea, Milan out of the champions league and in need of cash to rebuild their aging squad this was a distant possibility of happening. Not enough to get excited over yes, but there was enough there to consider the possibility prior to the door now being closed.

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We have seen this when we tried to Sheva few years back. Milan clamied he was not for sale, and he said he loved Milan, then out of the Blue he signed for us, the rest is history of course ..

Milan wont sell him right now, but when the transfer window opens and they find themselves desperate for cash, they may let Kaka go. The rumour will live on until last day of August.

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AC Milan's Kaka will consider Chelsea move

Reports in Italy have surfaced that Kaka will indeed consider a move to Chelsea now that Scolari is in charge.

For a while it has been nothing more than a pipe dream that Kaka would leave AC Milan, however with Scolari now in charge at Stamford Bridge, and AC Milan out of next season’s Champions League, the Brazilian star's head has been turned a little.

Kaka has in fact completely refuted any approach to him and went on to confirm that he has no desire to leave AC Milan, he said

"I appreciate Chelsea's reported interest, but I have not got the slightest desire to leave Milan," Kaka said.

"The only way I would leave Milan would be if Milan want to sell me. But, from what I've seen, it seems difficult."

This however was merely for media consumption, it is no secret that he is disappointed not to be allowed by his club to play in the Olympics and the right package put together by Chelsea will not only give the player some considering to do but if the fee is high enough it would also tempt AC Milan in to a rethink.

The door is far from closed on Kaka joining Chelsea next season.

Source : http://footylatest.com/news/news.php?extend.903

The last paragraph does make a little sense, but I don't know much about the credibility of this source.

Though I do want him at Chelsea, I find it difficult to see Kaka, Ronaldinho and Deco playing in the same team with Ballack, Essien and Lampard (depending on his decision) already there.

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Speculation is an amazing tool for us to use,but as istated in other posts Kaka is a truly world class player,that Roman clearly covets,and why not he "Messi or Ronaldo currently would add enormously to our progression as "Super silky" footie team. i know Dream on

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We have seen this when we tried to Sheva few years back. Milan clamied he was not for sale, and he said he loved Milan, then out of the Blue he signed for us, the rest is history of course ..

Milan wont sell him right now, but when the transfer window opens and they find themselves desperate for cash, they may let Kaka go. The rumour will live on until last day of August.

IVE BEEN SAYIN THIS FOR DAYS NOW AND ALL THE REPORTS THAT MILAN WONT SELL AND HIM SAYIN HE WOULD ONLY LEAVE IF MILAN WANT HIM TO GO HAS ONLY MADE ME BELIEVE MORE AND MORE THAT HE COULD WELL BE ON HIS WAY. THIS IS A COMPLETE MIRROR OF WHAT HAPPENED WITH SHEVA PLUS LETS NOT FORGET THAT MILAN SAID NOT 3 MONTHS BACK THAT FOR 50 MILL KAKA COULD LEAVE! WHATS CHANGED? THEY AINT IN THE CHAMP LEAGUE AND THEY NEED MONEY TO REBUILD THE AGEING SQUAD THEY HAVE ::ChELSeAFaN::

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