Beckham: Kaka will sign for Madrid in the summer
David Beckham has reportedly revealed that Kaká wants to go to Real Madrid in the summer after turning down the chance to join Manchester City.
According to Spanish paper AS, the Brazilian has asked the former England captain about life in the Spanish capital and has his heart set on a move to the Bernabeu in June .
"Kaká wants to go to Real Madrid and not to City. I think he'll become a Real player in June," the on-loan midfielder told a friend, AS state.
"I think someone has called him and Kaká has made his decision."
While Kaka has decided not to move to the Premier League, the paper claim that Madrid will make their move for a player they have been linked with for months in the summer.
Former President Ramón Calderón, who resigned last week, had promised to sign Kaká in his pre-election manifesto in 2006, but was also quoted as saying that the Brazilian was not good enough to command a spot in the Madrid first-team just a year later.
Beckham, according to AS, has a good history of correct predictions as he apparently said that Brazilian striker Ronaldo would move to AC Milan over three years ago, when the pair were team-mates at the Bernabéu.