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Kaka dismisses City link

Brazil playmaker Kaka has brushed aside speculation he could leave AC Milan for big-spending Manchester City.

The 26-year-old world player of the year has been linked in the press with a move to the Premier League but - unlike compatriot Robinho, who left Real Madrid to join the Eastlands outfit on transfer deadline day - Kaka insists he will stay where he is.

''Before it was Real Madrid, now it's England that is in fashion,'' said Kaka to Gazzetta dello Sport.

''The market is like that, just as Milan make offers other clubs make offers to Milan.

''But I will never ask to leave.

''I have always been treated well by (club) executives and my rapport is excellent.

''Perhaps one day they (club executives) may change their approach with respect to me but I don't see that happening.

''I will only leave if Milan decide to sell me or perhaps on the day when we no longer have the same objectives and that day has not come.

''Milan has done a good job in the transfer market, the club still wants to win and be competitive and those are my aims.''

Kaka is under contract with the Italian giants through the 2012/13 campaign.

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