Real Madrid Star Kaka Could Be Heading to LA Galaxy

As the Major League Soccer season comes to an end, eyes are already turning to next season. With David Beckham departing Los Angeles Galaxy, it seem that the Galaxy have turned their attention to Real Madrid midfielder Kaka as a replacement for the former English International.Initially, suggestions that the Brazilian could join the American side seemed very optimistic. Considering Kaka has a high paying contract at one of the biggest clubs in the world it seemed ludicrous that he would pack up and leave Spain.In actual fact, according to ESPN, Kaka's agent himself, denied rumours of an exit from the Spanish capital. Telling Lancenet (via ESPN) "For now, as it stands, he wants to stay in Europe. That might change but today, I don't know."Despite this, recent comments in the media would suggest that perhaps Kaka is re-considering his options, especially considering the limited playing time he has received under the watch of Jose Mourinho. Eurosport reports that as recent as Friday, David Beckham has been assisting Galaxy in trying to land the Brazilian International. The president of Galaxy's owners, Tim Leiweke, said: We're well aware of Kaka's interest in MLS, and we in turn have made it very clear to him that he's aware of our interest ...
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Transfer News: Is LA Galaxy’s David Beckham on His Way to Australia?

You would be hard pressed to find a football fan who has not heard of David Beckham. Footballing talent aside, Beckham is a brand name, a public-relations statement. If suggestions are correct, the former English international could be heading to Australia for a 10-match guest stint.According to Football Federation Australia (h/t ABC News), the A-League governing body was contacted by Beckham's agent regarding the possibility of a stint with an A-League club. An FFA spokesman said: The approach from David Beckham’s people is another sign of how much the A-League has grown in stature on a global basis But this approach remains at a very preliminary stage. The interest only caps off what has been a stellar year for football Down Under. The league recently welcomed the likes of Alessandro Del Piero, Emile Heskey and Shinji Ono; it is believed the capture of Beckham would truly cement the stature of the game in Australia.Whilst suggestions are that Beckham will only play 10 matches in Australia, it is believed that if his family approve of an Australian lifestyle, this period could be extended. As things stand, Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne Heart are leading the race to land the former Manchester United midfielder.Beckham euphoria has ...
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