Tuesday, January 13, 2009

City to offer £100m for Kaká

The rumours of Man City trying to lure Kaká have stepped-up to an entire new level as the Manchester Evening News is claiming that the Citizens are preparing a £100m off for AC Milan’s Kaká. Making claim that City’s ownership group see’s such an effort as a “perfect way of showing fans that he (Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan) intends to keep his promise to turn the Blues into a superpower in the coming” the article notes how executive chairman Garry Cook and representatives of Sheik Mansour have met with Adriano Galliani and Ernesto Bronzetti (Milan’s chief executive and commercial director) to present their offer.

Manchester City have yet to issue a formal statment.