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Chelsea are still in talks with AC Milan over a stunning summer swoop for Kaka, according to the player's personal assistant.

The Brazil international has been linked with the Premier League outfit following the appointment of compatriot Luiz Felipe Scolari as manager.

Milan insist their gifted playmaker is not for sale, but reports suggest a 100million euros (£78million) deal could yet be brokered before the closure of the transfer window at the end of the month.

Kaka, who is under contract at the San Siro until 2012, is said to be unhappy over Milan's refusal to allow him to represent his country at the Olympic Games in Beijing.

And the brilliant Brazilian's personal assistant, Diogo Kotscho, has claimed talks between the two clubs are ongoing.


Kotscho told The Observer: "I spoke with Kaka yesterday (Saturday). We know that the clubs are talking about the transfer, although they have not reached a conclusion yet.

"I think an August transfer is still a possibility, though Kaka will only talk about that when they do a deal.

"He is waiting for a deal and then he will start to negotiate with Chelsea.

"Normally, Milan do not sell their best players. We think they like the proposal, but it is not so easy for them to accept it.

"For now we must just wait and see."

His personal assistant doh

and that is a load of nonsense, yes kaka wanted to go to the olympics but always understood why milan didnt let him go and plus he is currently out injured and will be out for a while.

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Do I smell another Cuellar...

You don't really believe Kaka would stay out of love for Milan do you?

Has Cuellar not taught our fans ANYTHING about footballers?

Did Shevchenko not?

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Kaka has said that the only way he will leave Milan is if Milan accept a bid for him and I don't believe at this moment in time Milan will even considering selling. However, I do think this will be his last season at the San Siro.

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