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Robinho Wants Kaka to Join Him at Manchester City

ThomasSenior Writer INovember 15, 2008

Apparently, Robinho is enjoying life at Manchester City. He has just recently dedicated himself to a long-term stay at the club and has said that they could become as powerful as Real Madrid. Now, he wants Kaka to join him.

Robinho told reporters: "He's a great player and a great person. Kaka is fantastic and has so much ability. He is strong intelligent and fast. I hope I can play with him here at City.

"If Kaka or any other great player wants to come here the door is open.

"It's great when we have players like that mentioned with the club. We love it, and the ambition of the owners. All the players are hoping to make this club the best in the world."

Traditionally, Kaka and those around him have said that he will remain at AC Milan. However, they have now said that if Manchester City were to be eligible for Champions League football, he would be willing to join the club.

Robinho himself is looking to become the best player in the world. Currently, he has seven goals since he joined Manchester City. He told reporters: "I hope to play here for many years. I came to City because I saw them growing and making progress.

"I hope to make history at this club and become one of the great heroes at Manchester City. I'm in a very good phase and I hope this will continue."

"I'm enjoying it here, and my aim is to become the best player in the world."

"I hope I can do that here."

Currently, Manchester City have only won once in the last five matches. They sit 15th in the league table with 13 points. Their next match is against newly promoted Hull City.

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