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a New Zealand parrot, Nestor meridionalis, with a long compressed bill
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At the Giannino restaurant, a favorite haunt of AC Milan and its players, were dozens of fans noisily convened to celebrate Kaka's arrival.
Kaka's onetime girlfriend Anju Mahendru was also present.
That has already put Chelsea and Kaka's former boss at AC Milan Carlo Ancelotti on high alert.
The Manchester City forward, who is on loan to Brazilian club Santos, outshone the Real Madrid star in the Selecao's opening Group G victory over North Korea on Tuesday, even when dropping back into Kaka's role behind the strikers.
Kaka's arrival will also cheer up Real fans clamouring for a more entertaining brand of football, and who had often chanted "Where is Kaka?" at player presentations under Calderon over the last couple of years.
Persuade "Now certain clubs have again made persistent enquiries - Chelsea and Madrid who tell me they will bring a different economic deal for the player." Berlusconi admits Milan will not stand in Kaka's way should the 27-year-old decide he wants to move to the Bernabeu.
"Now certain clubs again made persistent enquiries, Chelsea and Madrid who will bring, they tell me, a different economic deal for the player." Persuade Berlusconi admits they will not stand in Kaka's way should the 27-year-old decide he wants to move to the Bernabeu.
Summary: It is believed a decision on Kaka's proposed world record Au56 million move from AC Milan to Real Madrid will be made by Monday.
Asked if he would stay at Milan for life, Kaka's reply was ambiguous: "For the fifth time, I would think so, but I have more lives than a cat." Kaka was responding to the recent speculation in both the Spanish and Italian press claiming that a deal has been struck to take him to Real Madrid at the end of the season.
The Blues pulled out of a world record pounds 100million deal to sign him last month when talks became deadlocked over Kaka's complicated personal endorsements.
City executive chairman Garry Cook admitted defeat after talks with Kaka's agent in Milan.
If I was Kaka's agent I'd be on the phone to all of the big clubs of Europe to say that his boy is for sale because, with all respect, Manchester City are a long way from being a big club.