Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has admitted he would love to bring Real Madrid star Kaka to Stamford Bridge, but admitted a deal for the former AC Milan player would be almost impossible.
The Brazilian international endured a torrid debut season at the Bernabeu and has subsequently been linked with a move away from the La Liga giants. Although Ancelotti claims he remains very much in contact with his former player, the Chelsea boss all but ruled out a move for the Brazilian playmaker, suggesting the logistics of engineering such a deal would prove its downfall.
The Chelsea boss is quoted by the Daily Mail, saying: “Kaka would do well for my cause and I have spoken with him on a regular basis,”
“But unfortunately he cannot come: firstly Real Madrid don't want to sell him, and secondly we would need a consent over the transfer, and thirdly it would be a multi-million operation.”
“None of these conditions exist.”