Kaka snubs Manchester City, says he loves ManU and Arsenal

January 17th, 2009 - 1:00 pm ICT by ANI  


London, Jan 17 (ANI): Brazilian striker Kaka, who has been given the green signal to join Manchester City after the club increased their offer to a phenomenal 243 million pounds, has already issued a snub to the City by revealing that he prefers rivals Manchester United and Arsenal.

Ac Milans star said Premier League sides are too predictable apart from United and the Gunners, who are the most agile in England.

Arsenal and Manchester United are different from the other English teams. They play a bit more and are more open. They are different from the typical English teams who have a tall striker and hold on to the ball, The Sun quoted Kaka, as saying.

Thats more typical of Liverpool and Chelsea, who are very tactical sides more English.

Manchester United and Arsenal are more agile. They let other teams play and they play, too, the striker added.

Kaka (26), admitted his dad, Bosco Leite, plays the key role in deciding his career plans as his agent and most trusted advisor.

He has helped me with all my professional decisions and has always given me good advice. Obviously, my wife and my mum are always at my side, and there are friends, players and coaches, he said.

I listen to them all. If the advice is good, I take it on board. If its not, I put it to the side. (ANI)

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