Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Chelsea FC targets Kaka and Pato wanted by PSG in £52m deal - report


Alexandre Pato and Kaka, who have both been linked with moves to Chelsea, are reportedly set to be the subject of bids worth £52million from Paris Saint-Germain.

AC Milan striker Pato and Real Madrid playmaker Kaka have both been linked with moves to Stamford Bridge in recent weeks, although cash-rich PSG have also been keen on the Brazilian duo for some time.

PSG's interest in 22-year-old Pato has increased following the appointment of former Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti, while Arsenal and Manchester City have also shown interest.

Kaka has also been linked with several Premier League clubs, with the Gunners, Man City and Tottenham also showing interest over the past twelve months.

But according to AFP citing a source close to PSG's Qatari owners, the Ligue 1 outfit plan to make three big signings this month and are set to launch a £20m bid for Kaka.

A £32m bid for Pato is also expected to be lodged.

Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri earlier this week insisted Pato would not leave the club this month, but there have been reports of a bust-up between the pair, and the funds would be useful to help finance a deal for Man City striker Carlos Tevez.

Allegri is also believed to be keen on bringing in a midfielder this month.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas on Tuesday claimed Kaka has told him he will not quit the Bernabeu this month, but in recent weeks it has been claimed that the Spanish giants are still prepared to offload the 29-year-old should their valuation be met.

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