Los Angeles Galaxy after Kaka
A dead king, king as, that seems the philosophy adopted by the North American team. After the announced departure of its maximum star, the English media David Beckham, The Galaxy seem to want to give another blow of effect and raise the level of their team and the weak North American league. This time in question they go after a heavyweight, the Brazilian Kaka.
Kaka, arrived at Real Madrid in 2009, the tune of 65 millions of euros, from Milan and with the world crack band. The truth is that his performance in these four seasons is being at least regrettable and his level has dropped many integers, so much as to be a more than ruinous business for the white club.
Tim Leiweke, president of the Anschutz Entertainment Group, owner of Los Angeles Galaxy, assured in statements to ‘Sports Illustrated’ who hope to be able to close an agreement with Real Madrid for Kaká to join the ranks of the Los Angeles club.
Despite Leiweke's words, the footballer's father and agent, Bosco Leite, has assured ‘Lancenet’ that your son has not considered leaving Europe at the moment, although he has not closed the door to that possibility.
New York Bulls and Corinthians could be other clubs interested in signing the Brazilian player, although speculation is still possible for the moment. The high profile of the player would make it difficult for him to sign, although Real Madrid would not have much objection to letting go of a player he does not have as long as the business is not even more ruinous..