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Chelsea have made an astonishing £73.5million bid for AC Milan superstar Kaka, according to Sky Sports News sources.

The brilliant Brazilian, widely regarded as one of the finest players on the planet, was targeted by Manchester City in the winter transfer window but elected to remain with the Serie A giants.

Kaka went on record as recently as Tuesday to insist that he was happy with the Rossoneri and had no plans to move on this summer.

But further speculation emerged that Real Madrid were planning a swoop following Florentino Perez's appointment as president, with the returning supremo eager to make another 'Galactico' signing.

And Sky Sports News sources now understand that Chelsea have tabled a bid which trumps the reported offer of £56million from Santiago Bernabeu.

Former AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti was installed as the new Blues manager on Monday and he could now be set to link up again with the talented playmaker.

Chelsea's £73.5million bid is reported to be backed up by an offer of £10million-a-year in wages after tax for Kaka in a bid to lure him to Stamford Bridge.

[url=http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11854_5361556,00.html]http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11854_5361556,00.html

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Chelsea official statement,

"We have never made an offer to AC Milan for Kaka and therefore not one at this extraordinary level.

"As a consequence we have not discussed a salary with the player wither. Any reports to the contrary are totally untrue."

I think this whole thing was bullsiht. Thank goodness for that.

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Real only option for Kaka

AC Milan general manager Adriano Galliani insists Real Madrid are the only side in the running for Kaka.

The Brazilian playmaker has become the subject of much transfer talk of late, with Real and Chelsea linked with record-breaking approaches.

The Spanish outfit are believed to have made the first move, with an agreement already reported to be in place.

Milan have denied that a deal is that clear-cut, but appear resigned to losing their star turn.

Galliani admits the Rossoneri may be forced into a sale for economical reasons, but insists an agreement will only be reached with Real - not Chelsea.

"Ricky didn't want to go to Man City (in January), instead he wanted to go to Madrid," Galliani told Gazzetta dello Sport.

"An agreement with Chelsea could not exist. Kaka goes to Real or he remains at Milan. That is his will and we are doing everything in complete agreement."

He added: "Negotiations (with Real) do exist, but an agreement is not done.

[url=http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11854_5362893,00.html]http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11854_5362893,00.html

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