Allegri: “An Ibra – Kaka exchange? A classic rumour”

Milan Coach has poured cold water over reports suggesting an exchange deal involving Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Real Madrid’s Kaka was being discussed by the Rossoneri.
Stories of Kaka’s return to Milan gathered momentum yesterday after Milan supremo Silvio Berlusconi admitted the Brazilian will be welcomed back should he wish to return to the Rossoneri.
Since then, many theories have been floated in the newspapers about Kaka’s possible return and one such theory suggested that Milan could exchange Ibrahimovic for their former talisman.
But Allegri has calmed all talk of Kaka’s return insisiting instead that he is purely focused on tomorrow’s game and most transfer reports are purely rumours and speculation.
“I know nothing about these stories. They are the classical market rumours at the end of the season. We will be drawing up a corporate strategy that will start next week, also with regard to renewals. “
Renewals are an important factor for Milan at present as three of their old guard viz. Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf and Massimo Ambrosini are out of contract soon. But, Allegri insists their experience has proved beneficial.
“I was really helped by this veteran group: they have helped me at work and in incorporating my ideas of a new Milan to the team. I think I was always clear with them, I made choices based on the requirements of a game.”
It will be a special occasion for Allegri as his Milan side will celebrate their Scudetto win tomorrow night and incidentally it will be against his former side, Cagliari. Naturally, the tactician was emotional about this.
“When the calendar was revealed, I thought it would be great to celebrate the Scudetto against Cagliari. This has occured and obviously I’m happy. I am pleased to greet the President and the boys.
“They gave me the opportunity to get to Milan with what they did in the two years we were together. It is good to see you at this moment: we celebrate the Scudetto and their safety.”

On the recent controversy surrounding midfielder Gennaro Gattuso’s chants directed at Inter Coach Leaonardo, Allegri considered it a closed case after Milan CEO Adriano Galliani apologized to Inter earlier today.

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