Kaka has admitted that he has no regrets about not joining Manchester City after going on to secure a transfer to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the summer.
The Brazilian star was the subject of a €100 million bid from the Premier League's nouveau riche side, but rejected the chance to move to Eastlands in January.
While reports suggested that AC Milan's willingness to listen to City's offer hurt their relationship with Kaka, the Brazilian is now delighted to be plying his trade in Spain.
Real Madrid paid €67 million to land their man after Florentino Perez resumed control at the Santiago Bernabeu and the player is happy with his choice.
"Do I regret not moving to Manchester City? No. I am happy with what I have chosen in my life," he told reporters after Brazil's win against England.
"I've spoken a lot to Robinho and he is very happy there and Manchester City have bought a lot of quality players.
"But now I am with Real Madrid and very happy with the choice I made. I have no regrets with my decision."
Sunday, 15 November 2009
Posted by The Real Footie Analyst at 15:13