Thursday, January 15, 2009

A 100 million pounds is not bad

During the summer the soccer world was held hostage by the on going Ronaldo saga, will he go to the Real Madrid or will he stay at United. Now during the winter transfer window, the soccer world will be held hostage by the possibility of Kaka swapping the red and black of AC Milan for the sky blue of Manchester City.

During the course of the last couple of days, City have offered at least a 100 million pounds for the Brazilian play makers, it appears that AC Milan might be in the position to accept it and that would be the best for the future of the club.

Sure Kaka has lead Milan to a ton of trophies during his time at Milan, but at this point with an aging squad a 100 million pounds would go a long way to rebuilding it. That type of money would allow the board to go and get a proven goal scorer like Villarreal striker Giuesseppi Rossi to team up with Pato up from and that would only cost approximately $20 million.

With Kaka gone, Milan could then recall Yoann Gourcuff from Bordeaux to be the play making midfielder. In addition to the recall Milan could then reinvest some of the Kaka money to be a speedy winger like Ryan Babel from Liverpool. Those are a couple of a number of moves that Milan could make to reduce their age and make this a young attacking team.

Its hard to say good bye to a player like Kaka, but in the long run this might be the best move for Milan and their fans cause a 100 million pounds is a ton of money, especially in these economic times.

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