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Kaka's mother hints at London move

The mother of Real Madrid midfielder Kaka has opened up debate over her son's future, by claiming on her Twitter account that they will be in London in August.

Kaka has slipped down the pecking order in Madrid following a £59 million transfer in the summer of 2009 and has been constantly linked with a reunion with former AC Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea.

His mother, Simone Leite, has increased speculation that a deal has already been done after she wrote on her Twitter account: ''We are going to be in London next season where we will be preaching the word of God. We will be there from August - I can tell you.''

Kaka, a devoted Protestant, brought his family with him to Europe when he moved to AC Milan eight years ago and, with Madrid signing Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin, rumours are that his days in the Spanish capital are numbered.

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